In Montana, suicide prevention is everybody’s business. The Lewis & Clark Suicide Prevention Coalition exists to empower every sector of the community to prevent these unnecessary deaths together through mental health and suicide prevention education, projects, and programs that address all spectrums of the problem and campaigns that fight the stigma that prevents people from accessing the services they need. LCSPC also supports evidence-based interventions and policies to create a community that is smart about mental health.
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This website acts as a clearinghouse for suicide prevention information including local data and resources, ongoing projects, partner organizations and their work, upcoming training opportunities available in the county, as well as a menu of educational programs you can choose to schedule training for your business, organization, religious institution, group or club.
Suicide is preventable. Depression is treatable. Mental wellness and recovery are possible.
Know the warning signs and learn how to help now.
If you are experiencing an emergency (immediate danger of harm to self or others), please call 911.
As a result of the need to practice social distancing at this time, trainers for mental health awareness and suicide prevention programs are available to provide virtual and in-person training with safety measures. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or visit Schedule a Training: Program Menu.
Do you or someone you know need help? Below are some quick links to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, Veterans Crisis Line, and Montana 2-1-1. Caution: If you are experiencing an emergency (immediate danger of harm to self or others), please call 911.