It is important to recognize the signs of depression and suicidal thoughts. A suicidal person may:
-Talk about suicide, death, and/or no reason to live
-Be preoccupied with death and dying
-Withdraw from friends and/or social activities
-Experience drastic changes in behavior
-Lose interest in hobbies, work, family,etc
-Have attempted suicide before
-Lose interest in their personal appearance
-Increase their use of alcohol
-Express a sense of hopelessness
-Have a history of violence or hostility
-Give away possessions
If you or anyone you know shows signs of depression, there may be risk of suicide. To help please contact: Crisis Prevention Hotline
24-7 Crisis & Suicide Prevention Hotline - If you think you or someone you know may have a mental or emotional challenge, it is important to remember there is hope and help.
We’re here. North Central Health Care offers 24/7/365 confidential and anonymous crisis and emergency phone counseling and intervention to help you through your roughest moments — be it emotional, mental health, suicide prevention or substance abuse issues. Call now.
National Hotline will link you with Crisis Care in any area in the United States.
800.799.0122 - Toll-Free Call connecting you to Crisis Support in the Marathon, Langlade and Lincoln Counties.
715.845.4326 - Connecting you to Crisis Support in Marathon, Langlade and Lincoln Counties.
TDD 715.845.4928 - For those with hearing or speech difficulties.
24-hour: (715) 845-4326 suicide & crisis intervention or 1-800-TALK (8255) for Suicide Prevention - United Way of Marathon County