Any suicidal thought is a risk. Help is always available. HealthWest's 24/7 crisis line is (231) 722-HELP. Anyone with a mental health concern can also walk into our offices at 376 E. Apple Ave., during business hours for an assessment. If there is an immediate fear of death or injury, please call 911.

Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
(800) 273-TALK (8255)

Crisis Text Line:
Text Home to 741741

Nacional de Prevención del Suicidio
(888) 628-9454

LGBTQ Youth Hotline
(866) 488-7386

Suicide Hotline for Deaf & Hard of Hearing
(800) 799-4889

 

Suicide Prevention Resources

Mental health concerns are not about a personal weakness or a personality fault.  Mental health is about a brain that is just not working the way we wish it would.  It is a medical concern. In fact, 1 in 5 adults will have a mental health crisis in any given year.

 

Below are some places to find non-judgmental support and help.  Many of these resources are here for all sorts of situations and not just suicide. If you just need to talk, please reach out.  If you are having thoughts of suicide please know that you are not alone, and that help is here.

 

Available resources

  • HealthWest 24/7 crisis line: 231-722-4357
  • Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Dial or text 988.
  • Trevor Project assists young people from the LGBTQ community at 866-488-7386 and they also have a text line at 202-304-1200.
  • Transgender Crisis Line 877-330-6366
  • Forest View Hospital in Grand Rapids 800-949-8439
  • Pine Rest in Grand Rapids 800-678-5500
  • Or start with your personal care physician
  • Any emergency room will assist you
  • And last is Man Therapy Michigan.  Visit www.mantherapy.org.  From the comfort of your own home, this website provides depression screenings, information on intermittent explosive/anger issues, anxiety and more.