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If you think someone is suicidal, do not leave him or her alone.
Try to get the person to seek immediate help from his or her doctor or the nearest hospital emergency room, or call 911.
Eliminate access to firearms or other potential tools for suicide, including unsupervised access to medications.
Call 1-800- SUICIDE
Winnebago County Crisis 920-233-7707
Outagamie County Crisis 920-832-4646
Talking about suicide. Preoccupation with death
Making comments or asking questions about suicide
Statements about hopelessness, helplessness, or worthlessness
Suddenly happier, calmer
Loss of interest in things one cares about
Visiting or calling people one cares about
Making arrangements; setting one’s affairs in order
Giving things away
Loss of concentration
Loss of energy
Irritability (especially with teens)
Worrying, Brooding, Stomach complaints
A suicidal person urgently needs to see a doctor or psychiatrist.
(800) 273-TALK 
TTY: (800) 799-4TTY 
Español: (888) 628-9454
Trevor Project www.thetrevorproject.org
(Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender)
1-866-488-7386 [866 - 4 U TREVOR]
National “YOUTH” Crisis Helpline
List of Wisconsin county crisis lines
Hover over your county on the map
The mission of United Way 2-1-1 is to provide easy, simple access to health and human services, to give callers an opportunity to give or get help, and to serve as a hub for community information in times of disaster.
Dial 211 or 1-800-924-5514