I Need Help

Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline provides crisis intervention, emotional support, problem solving, and referrals to local resources for persons at risk for suicide and for those concerned about them.

I Want To Help

Our volunteers come from all walks of life and educational backgrounds. They communicate acceptance, respect, and a desire to listen to and empower callers to find their own solutions. We have a variety of volunteer opportunities to match your interest and availability.

Watch and share this hotline PSA- Thanks to the City of Meridian!


Lori, a 34 year old Treasure Valley woman diagnosed with breast cancer, called the Hotline and stated she had lost everything. She recently had lost her job at a local bank, her house, her car, and her medical insurance. Lori had also lost her disability insurance and said she was running out of money... Read More

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CONTACTS: John Reusser, Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline, jreusser@jannus.org Suicide Hotline Semicolon Tattoo Fundraiser September 7 $40.00 Tattoos to raise awareness & fight stigma BOISE, ID. (August 10, 2016) The Idaho Suicide Prevention- Hotline is sponsoring its second annual Semicolon Tattoo fundraiser event on Wednesday September 7 from noon until 9 pm at Resurrected Tattoo & Piercing, located at 610 N. Orchard in Boise. In writing, a semicolon represents a place where one could stop, but chooses to continue. As such, … read more

The Hotline Phone Room Supervisor is responsible for clinical decision-making, supervising volunteers in the phone room and professional consultation during assigned shifts. The Hotline Phone Room Supervisor will ensure the provision of consistent, quality, service by the Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline (ISPH) as Volunteer Phone Workers handle both incoming crisis calls and follow-up outcalls with persons in suicidal or other crises, and contribute to a phone room atmosphere that is professional, congenial and respectful, while adhering to ISPH policies, procedures … read more

SUMMARY: The Program Assistant is responsible for initiating, organizing, and completing general administrative functions required for effective delivery of Hotline program services, providing support to the entire program with a significant emphasis on assisting the Volunteer Coordinator with recruiting, training and scheduling volunteers. Volunteer trainings take place three times each year in January/February, April/May and September/October. During these months and the first month of onboarding new volunteers, the Program Assistant will spend approximately seventy five percent of their time assisting … read more