September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Tragically, there are over 47,000 suicide deaths and over 1.3 million attempts each year in the U.S. alone. These are not simply numbers but real people in pain who feel overwhelmed by life and hopeless about the future.
In these increasingly challenging and uncertain times, people need hope. Watch this short video and learn more about our resources on Suicide Prevention and get the help you need – for yourself or a loved one. Feel free to share this page and tell others about these resources as well.
“I am suffering and in pain.
Rescue me, O God, by your saving power.”
(Psalm 69:29 NLT)
NOTE: If you are having suicidal thoughts and intend to harm yourself, call 911 immediately. You can also call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24/7 for free, confidential services and support at 1-800-273-8255.
Resources on Suicide Prevention
If you or a loved one struggle with suicidal thoughts, if you feel trapped in a storm and see no hope for a brighter tomorrow – know that God is extending you a lifeline of hope. He loves you. He cares about you. He wants to help you – and other people do too.
Get our free download and find lasting hope and practical help today.
- True stories of people who found hope
- Risk factors & warning signs
- Common misconceptions & causes
- How to prepare for a crisis & make a safety plan
- How to build a support system
- How to replace negative thoughts with God’s truth
- How to manage emotions
- How to recover after an attempt
- How to find hope in God’s Word
- How to help others struggling with suicidal thoughts
- Hope for those grieving a loss
“What a blessing to be connected with Hope for the Heart
when everything seems to be falling apart. Hope for the Heart made me realize
how much I am loved by God. There is hope and there a reason to live again.”