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HOPE 4 U Welcomes You

Help us to end the stigma!

Need Help? Call 911 or The National Suicide Hot Line At 1-800-273-8255
Or if you just need to Talk Go to (Let's Chat)
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Be the reason someone 
Smiles Today

Volunteering & Contributing

With our organization’s mission always in mind, we welcome new members & volunteers to help us in creating awareness and finding adequate resources. Some who are unable to volunteer opt to help out by making a donation. By making a donation today you can help our team help others.

When Troubling Thoughts Take Over Call
    The National Suicide Hotline       1-800-273-Talk(8255)

 Asking for Help during dark times is a sign of strength

Seeking help is not a sign of weakness. It does not mean you failed in any way. Seeking help assists in breaking the cycle of shame, guilt, and hiding that a person feels when they cannot stop thinking about suicide.

Lets Talk About It. No one should ever hide or attempt to face all problems alone.

Where can I go for Help?

At HOPE 4 U, we are dedicated to stepping up our efforts in addressing the issue of Mental Health & Suicide.  Through cooperation and community empowerment we believe we can facilitate progress in our communities. We want to make a difference in your life and encourage you to talk about it too.

    
                    PLEASE CALL 911

    If there is an immediate threat of harm
                  

                         NATIONAL SUICIDE HOTLINE
                             1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Text Hope Line:
741741

Veterans Crisis Line
1-800-273-8255 press 1

Bullying
1-800-420-1479

Teen Line
1-310-855-4673

LGBTQ Crisis Line   
1-800-488-7386

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 Suicide Warning Signs

 If a person talks about

  • Killing themselves

  • Feeling hopeless

  • Having no reason to live

  • Being a burden to others

  • Feeling trapped

  • Unbearable pain

People who are considering suicide often display one or more of the following moods.

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Loss of interest

  • Irritability

  • Humiliation/Shame

  • Agitation/Anger

Behaviors that may signal risk, especially if related to a painful event, loss or change:
 

  • Increased use of alcohol or drugs

  • Looking for a way to end their lives, such as Searching online for methods

  • Withdrawing from activities

  • Isolating from family and friends

  • Sleeping too much or too little

  • Visiting or calling people to say goodbye

  • Giving away prized possessions

  • Aggression

  • Fatigue

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