September was Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Taking care of ourselves and others is important, particularly now when many people are feeling stressed, anxious and worried about the future. But where do you start looking for help if you or someone you know is struggling? What are some of the warning signs of suicide? What suicide prevention resources are available locally in our community and our schools?

The 90-minute webinar answers these questions and the full list of resources can be found below.

YouTube video

Suicide Prevention Resources Shared During 9/30 Town Hall

National Suicide Lifeline: 800-273-8255

Nevada County Crisis Line: 530-265-5811 Crisis Text Line: Text “HOME” to 741741

Let’s Talk Nevada County:

Know the Signs:

Crisis Stabilization Unit at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital:

Nevada Join Union High School District (NJUHSD) Wellness


NJUHSD Student Assistance Program: Assistance-Programs/index.html

Sign-up for NJUHSD School Counselor newsletter: counseling/counseling-newsletter

Tahoe Truckee Unified School District (TTUSD) Student Services:

Tahoe Forest Behavioral Health Services:

Nevada County Children’s Behavioral Health: Mental-Health-Services

Friends for Survival (resources and peer support groups for suicide loss survivors):

Local meeting info: Grass Valley, CA – 3rd Thursdays @ 5:30 pm – 7pm Dates: November 18, December 16

Due to current COVID protocols, please call our office 916-392-0664 for meeting address and to confirm that we will be able to have this in-person meeting.

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention – I’ve Lost Someone:

The Trevor Project (mental health and suicide prevention resources and supports for LGBTQ+):

Bright Futures for Youth Rainbow Social:

Trans Lifeline:

Let’s Talk Nevada County Youth Resources:

Sheriff’s Non-Emergency Line for Mobile Crisis: (530) 265-7880

Tahoe Truckee Suicide Prevention Coalition:

Sierra Community House Helpline: 800-736-1060

Sierra Community House: