If you are feeling suicidal, please call us!
It can be scary when a friend or loved one is talking about suicide. If someone you know has any warning signs we encourage you to call 911. The dispatchers will send someone to do a wellness check to ensure the safety and welfare of the person you are worried about.
You can call our non-emergency line 24/7 at (269)-948-4800 and our trained staff will help you locate resources that can help. We prefer you call or text us at 911 as suicide is a serious struggle for many.
You can call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) and talk with a crisis counselor 24/7. If you are a Veteran, call the lifeline and press 1
You can text the Crisis Text Line at 741741 24/7 if you prefer to text.
You can find more resources at the Barry County Community Mental Health Authority, Suicide Prevention Hotline and Crisis Text Line
You can report someone as suicidal on Facebook at the link below. A member of Facebook's Safety Team will contact the user and keep it anonymous.
Follow the link below to report self harm.
You will need their username and a link to the post is optional.
Click the "..." below the video
Follow the instructions
Follow the link to send a message to Tumblr about a suicidal user. Include as much information as possible, including the link to the content.
Tap the "..." below the post.
Select SELF INJURY
Go to the video
Follow the instructions.
Barry County Central Dispatch 911
2600 Nashville Rd, Hastings, Michigan 49058
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