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Individuals experiencing suicidal thoughts often feel hopeless and are going through immense emotional pain. Acknowledging and discussing these thoughts is very important. Having suicidal thoughts does not always indicate an immediate risk of suicide, but could become dangerous if ignored. If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts, know that you are not alone and there is help available through Counseling Services.
If you or someone you know has stated intentions or plans to commit suicide verbally, in writing, or electronically it is important to get help immediately. If someone's life is in present danger, call 911. Crisis sessions are available in Counseling Services during business hours (M-F 9am - 4:30pm) for crises such as suicidality.
See emergency numbers below, and click Crisis Sessions for more information.
Business hours: Counseling Services 309.341.7492
After business hours: 911 or Campus Safety 309.341.7979.
If you suspect someone may be having suicidal thoughts, you could help them by expressing your concerns and listening to them without judgment. Make sure that you connect this person with the appropriate resources listed on this page, and that you are taking care of yourself as well.
The following are potential signs, not direct indications, that someone may experience suicidal thoughts. The only way of knowing if someone is contemplating suicide is to ask them directly.
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, come to Counseling Services during business hours. After business hours call Campus Safety (309.341.7979) or call 9-1-1. Click Crisis Sessions for more information.
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