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Mental Health and Behavior

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Mental Disorders: Anxiety Disorders | Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder | Autism Spectrum Disorders | Bipolar Disorder | Child Behavior Disorders | Depression | Dissociative Disorders | Eating Disorders | Factitious Disorders | Impulse Control Disorders | Mental Retardation | Personality Disorders | Reactive Attachment Disorder | Schizophrenia | Somatoform Disorders

Substance Abuse: General Substance Abuse | Substance Abuse by Juveniles |Treatment of Substance Abuse | Specific Abused Substances

Other Topics: General Mental Health | Treatment of Mental Disorders | Grief | Stress | Suicide | Co-Dependency and Dysfunctional Families


Suicide   

(Jump to:Child & Teen Suicide | General Information | Help )

Help
1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255) (National Suicide Prevention Lifeline)


General Information
Suicide:MHA
Warning Signs of Suicide: American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Suicidal Behavior:Merck Manual, Home Edition
Preventing Suicide:CDC
Understanding Suicidal Thinking:DBSA
Understanding and Helping the Suicidal Individual:American Association of Suicidology
Suicide and Suicidal Thoughts:Mayo Clinic
Suicide: Taking Care of Yourself After an Attempt (Moving Ahead After Your Treatment in the Emergency Department):NAMI
Suicide: Taking Care of Yourself & Your Family After an Attempt (Family Guide for Your Relative in the Emergency Department):NAMI
Surviving Suicide Loss:American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Suicide:MedlinePlus


Child and Teen Suicide
Suicide in Youth:NAMI
Suicide:Nemours Foundation [for Teens]
About Teen Suicide:Nemours Foundation [for Parents]


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