Suicide Prevention

The resources listed below were compiled by Heidi R. Lindeman, a graduate student at Regis University. Thanks to Heidi for sharing her research for me to include on the site.

If you are considering suicide and need support, please contact the 24/7 hotline numbers listed below. They are staffed and  equipped to handle such needs.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255

Colorado Crisis Services: 1-844-493-8255

Boulder Walk-in Crisis Services

3180 Airport Road

Boulder, CO 80301


Second Wind Fund:

Serves students to the age of 18 in Jefferson and Boulder Counties in Colorado-only.

While other suicide prevention organizations offer broad suicide prevention education and awareness, Second Wind Fund offers actual treatment services to at-risk children and youth. Second Wind Fund has built an innovative program to match children and youth ages 19 and younger, who are at risk of suicide, with a licensed therapist in their local community.

Safe2Tell Colorado:  1-877-542-7233 

Anonymously report anything that concerns or threatens you, your friends, your family or your community.

It’s Not Over Yet Community

A social media community where people who have been touched personally by suicide can come to speak out, share their stories, create community, fight stigma and find support.


You Matter, LLC

“You Matter, LLC was started with one simple goal, to prevent suicide. To remind people that they matter. They matter to their parents, they matter to their family, they matter to their children, they matter to their friends…they matter period. Our hope is that the message will become widespread and may even give a desperate person hope to live one more day, to seek help, to open up to their family and friends.”


Project Semicolon

            “ ; your story is not over yet”

“Within the belief that suicide is generally preventable, the mission of Project Semicolon is to help reduce the incidents of suicide in the world through connected community and greater access to information and resources. We believe that suicide prevention is the collective responsibility of each and every person on the planet.”



Speaking of Suicide

“A site for suicidal individuals and their loved ones, survivors, mental health professionals, & the merely curious”

Substance Abuse and Suicide Guide is a web resource provided and funded by Advanced Recovery Systems.

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention:


Out of the Darkness Walk

Single Mothers Grants

Helps financially disadvantaged families with finding assistance programs. The directory lists assistance programs that help with utility, energy, mortgage, rent, medication, education and medical bills.