For Suicide Attempt Survivors

After a suicide attempt, you may feel lost or unsure about the future. The information below is not medical advice and should only be used as a starting point on your path to recovering from a suicide attempt. Use the resources at the bottom of the page for more helpful information.

After An Attempt

You’ve Attempted Suicide. Now What? 

A suicide attempt is rarely an event that can be easily shrugged off and may even be more difficult to overcome than the situations or life events that led up to the attempt. The important thing to remember is you are not alone. Do not panic. It will be OK, and there are actions you can take immediately to begin the process of recovery.

See a Medical Professional

Acknowledge Your Current Thoughts and Feelings

Plan How You Will Explain What Happened To Minimize Stress

Re-establish Connections

Have a Plan To Stay Safe

 

CONNECTIONS

Peer Support For Suicide Attempt Survivors and Those with Suicidal Thoughts

Version 4

CONNECTIONS is an online platform where suicide attempt survivors or those who have experienced suicidal thinking can connect with other survivors to receive support and guidance as they embark upon their journey to recovery.

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