Attempt Survivor Resources

This resource guides people through the first steps toward recovery and a hopeful future after a suicide attempt. It includes personal stories from survivors, and strategies for recovery, such as re-establishing connections and finding a counselor.

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.

This website is specifically for suicide attempt survivors and their families and friends and contains a wide variety of resources.

This educational website is designed to help suicide attempt survivors after they have gotten through a suicidal crisis, and to support their journey toward a new life.

This is a collection of portraits and true stories of suicide attempt survivors across the United States. Learn more now.

United Suicide Survivors International is an independent global organization that serves as a home for people who have experienced suicide loss, suicide attempts and suicidal thoughts and feelings, and their friends and families – collectively known as people with lived experience with suicide – to leverage their expertise for large scale change.

SuicidePreventionAlliance

Get In Touch

  • P.O. Box 62217
    Harrisburg, PA 17106

  • (717) 585-0611

  • info@
    suicidepreventionalliance.org

Who We Are

Suicide Prevention Alliance is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that helps people who are in need of preventative suicide assistance

Suicide Prevention Alliance is a resource organization ONLY. We are NOT a hotline or counseling service/center. Remember, if you are in a crisis and need immediate help, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline number at 1-800-273-8255 (TALK), the Crisis Text Line at 741-741, or Dial 911