Support for Suicidal Individuals on Social Media
This free toolkit was developed by the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline to help social media platforms establish safety policies for helping individuals in suicidal crisis.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
This toolkit contains shareable images from AFSP for use across a variety of social media networks.
Public Service Announcements
Suggested post: This is Rob’s life story. He is alive today because someone reached out to ask if he was thinking about suicide. [Partner name], @GeorgiaDBHDD, and @PreventSuicideToday encourage you to learn the warning signs and ask the question: “Are you thinking about suicide?” It can make all the difference.
Suggested post: [Partner name] has partnered with @PreventSuicideToday to teach interventions skills in Chatham County, so that parents, teachers, social workers and others can spot the warning signs, ask the question, and keep kids safe from suicide. #PreventSuicideToday
If you are having thoughts of suicide or need immediate assistance, please call the Georgia Crisis and Access Line at 1-800-715-4225.