Suicidal thoughts can affect anyone, regardless of who you are. If you or someone you know is struggling, please know that you're not alone and there is help available.
Below you'll find links to resources that are dedicated to preventing suicide, and that can offer help to those in crisis.
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Georgia Chapter conducts grassroots work focused on eliminating the loss of life from suicide in Georgia by: delivering innovative prevention programs, educating the public about risk factors and warning signs, raising funds for suicide research and programs, and reaching out to those individuals who have lost someone to suicide.
NAMI Georgia is an organization of families, friends and individuals whose lives have been affected by mental illness. Together, they advocate for better lives for those individuals who have a mental illness, and offer support, education and advocacy as they do so.
The mission of Mental Health America of Georgia is to strive to enhance the mental health and wellness of Georgians through education, outreach, and advocacy.

They also provide mental health awareness and suicide prevention trainings across Georgia in an effort to increase mental health literacy and eliminate mental health stigma. 
The Georgia Crisis and Access Line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year to help you or someone you care for in a crisis. GCAL professionals will provide telephonic crisis intervention services, dispatch mobile crisis teams, assist individuals in finding an open crisis or detox bed across the state, or link individuals with urgent appointment services.

Additionally, Georgia’s youth can now access GCAL’s services via text and chat through a new app called My GCAL, available for download in the Google Play or iPhone App Store.
If you have any questions, please contact the Foundation's Program Assistant, Sam Beasley, at