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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.

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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.

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Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline was awarded the Drake Cooper DREAM BIG award!

The ISPH is excited and honored to be chosen as the 2020 award winner for Dream Big!  We cannot wait to work with Drake Cooper to create new material that will help us reach more people and make Idaho a suicide safer state.  The Dream Big Award builds better community by helping us dream big!  Thank you to Drake Cooper for helping us make Idaho a better place to work and live.

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We want to thank Wells Fargo for recognizing the work the Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline does is vital during this time of uncertainty.  We thank them for their generous support and continued dedication to the Hotline. The Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline wants to thank The Idaho Community Foundation, United Ways in Idaho, Idaho Non Profit Center, and Wells Fargo for the COVID–19 Response and Recovery Fund.  Your funding means we are able to continue our vital work during this time … read more

A quick word from our fearless director, John…3/24/2020 The stressors and uncertainties Idahoans are facing as a result of the COVID 19 crisis mean the Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline’s services are as critical as ever to support people who are struggling.  I want to assure you that our critical services to callers will continue without interruption. The Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline, by Jannus, Inc., is still open 24 hours a day 7 days a week serving Idahoans.  Because of our … read more

ISPH is committed supporting our callers at this time! Due to social distancing recommendations, only paid staff will be responding to calls to the hotline  for the next 2 weeks. We’ve asked our volunteer responders to stay home during that time to protect everyone’s health  Please keep in mind that this will lower the number of phone responders available to take calls, so your calls to 1-800-273-8255  may be routed another center in the lifeline network. If you call our … read more