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Suicide Prevention and Response


IF YOU BELIEVE A STUDENT IS SUICIDAL, CONTACT:

Counseling Center

678-839-6428678-839-6428

Contact Monday-Friday 8a-5p, after hours 96000


Health Services

(678) 839-6452(678) 839-6452
Contact Monday-Thursday 8a-6p, Friday, 8a - 5p

Jill Hendricks, UWG Patient/Victim Advocate
(678) 839-0641(678) 839-0641
Contact Monday-Thursday, 8a-4p, Friday, 8a-5p

Corey Hindman, UWG Patient/Victim Advocate
(678) 839-5338(678) 839-5338
Contact Monday-Thursday, 10a-6p, Friday, 8a-5p

University Police (678) 839-6000(678) 839-6000 all other times

911 or 1-800-273-TALK1-800-273-TALK is off campus or outside of Carrollton



Suicide Prevention Resources
PREVENTatUWG
Suicide Warning Signs

Responding to Suicide Crisis: How to Help
Others
http://www.suicide.org/how-to-help-a-suicidal-person.html
http://www.suicide.org/how-to-help-a-suicidal-person-who-needs-hospitalization.html


Coping With Suicide (pdf)


Yourself

http://www.psycom.net/depression.central.helpself.html


Suicide FAQs

Facts on College Students and Suicide
http://www.suicide.org/suicide-faqs.html
http://www.afsp.org/files/College_Film//factsheets.pdf
http://www.sprc.org/suicide_prev_basics/about_suicide.asp
http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/suicide-in-the-us-statistics-and-prevention.shtml

Suicide Myths

Surviving Suicide
Common Reactions
Resources for Impacted Individuals
Stages of Grief (pdf)
Helping a Survivor Heal
Tips for Survivors of a Traumatic Event (pdf)