If you are having thoughts about suicide, call 1-800-SUICIDE-800 (784-2433). Your call will be connected to a certified crisis center nearest your location.
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Table of Contents
- Burying a Suicide - By Rabbi Shagra Simmons
- Rape victim slams society in suicide note - By Ruth Sinai
- Is There a Jewish "Right" to Commit Suicide? - Rabbi Clifford E. Librach
- Pain Relief and the Risk of Suicide: A Jewish Perspective - Rabbi Aaron L. Mackler, Ph.D.
- Stopping a Suicide - By Sid Bernstein, Esq.
- Ex-Haredim in Israel shaken by spate of suicides - By Yair Ettinger
- Israel launches first-ever national suicide-prevention council - By Ido Efrati
- Suicide and Crisis Helplines around the World
- The National Hopeline Network 1-800-SUICIDE (in the USA)
- Teen Education and Crisis Hotline (TEACH)
- Resources for Clinicians Who Have Lost Clients to Suicide
- American Association of Suicidology
- American Association for Suicide Prevention
- Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention
- European Network for Suicidology
- Peer Support Training Institute
- Tears of a Cop
- Understanding and Helping the Suicidal Person
- Beyond Surviving: Suggestions for Survivors
- Suicide Linked To Sexual Abuse
- Troubled teens - Multiple Suicide Attempters' Risk Profiles Different These adolescents face far higher health risks than do young single attempters.
- Abuse seen as cause of suicides
- A mother's story: Suicide after child sexual abuse
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