Suicide Intervention Program
The Suicide Intervention Program is designed to reduce the risk of self-harming behaviors by reaching out and connecting to students when incidents of concern are reported the University. Health and Wellness connects students to mental health services on and off campus, while working with each individual to alleviate stressors creating a barrier to academic success, including finances, academics, and living arrangements.To report a concern or to speak with someone email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206.543.6085.Our goal is to promote and foster a healthier environment for all students. Please note this program is not designed to intervene in an emergency. If you, or someone you know is in an emergent situation please contact 911 for an immediate response.
For more information about the program please contact:
Health and Wellness
If you need to speak to someone urgently and you cannot wait for someone to return your call during normal business hours please call the King County Crisis Clinic.
King County Crisis Line: http://www.crisisclinic.org
24 – Hour Crisis Line: 866.4CRISIS (866.427.4747 ) or 206.461.3222
Additional services and resources off campus for students, family, or faculty with questions or concerns can be found at the following websites.
- ULifeline.org: Online resources for college mental health.
- HalfOfUs : Provided in partnership with MTVu — provides education on depression, bipolar, suicide, eating disorders, anxiety, stress, alcohol and drugs, and cutting.
- National Suicide Prevention Hotline: Or call 800.273.8255(TALK)
- For Hearing and Speech Impaired: 800.799.4TTY (4889)