The Suicide Prevention Program (SPP) implements specific strategies in alignment with the Idaho Suicide Prevention Plan and helps provide a more comprehensive approach to suicide prevention in Idaho to reduce our state’s suicide rate. SPP provides trainings, consultations, educational materials and clinical tools statewide at no cost.
The Idaho Lives Project is working to reduce suicide by bringing the Sources of Strength program to selected middle/junior high and high schools throughout Idaho.
The Speedy Foundation’s mission is to prevent suicide, support mental health education, and promote conversations to end stigma. They raise funds for, and collaborates with, other advocacy groups to achieve our mission.
The Idaho Suicide Prevention Coalition is a statewide alliance of groups dedicated to reducing suicide in Idaho. ISPC provides concerted representation on suicide prevention, public policy and education as well as leading collaborative action to decrease death by suicide.
The Idaho Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) works across the state to achieve our mission which is: To Save Lives and Bring Hope to Those Affected by Suicide. We achieve this mission by working in the areas of Education, Support for Loss Survivors, Advocacy and Suicide prevention Research. AFSP Idaho is proud to offer free suicide prevention materials and programs.The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Treasure Valley is Idaho’s largest local mental health non-profit dedicated to building better lives for the tens of thousands of area residents affected by mental illness.
NAMI Idaho strives to improve the quality of life for all those affected by mental illness through support, education, advocacy and research.
The Live Wilder Foundation’s mission is to achieve Zero Suicide among our youth through prevention, awareness, and direction to treatment around the disease of depression.
The Redside Foundation seeks to serve ALL of Idaho’s seasonal guides through education, training, and support services including the provision of confidential access to mental and physical healthcare and substance abuse counseling for guides in need.North Idaho Crisis Services provides an after-hours crisis line that often serves as the first point of contact for individuals who are seeking help, support, and information. Our after-hour Crisis Response Team consists of trained counselors who are able to respond between the hours of 5 pm to 8 am on week days and 24 hours on Sat, Sun, and holidays to people in need of crisis services. Crisis services are available to anyone living in Bonner or Boundary County, regardless of ability to pay or insurance plan. This is a FREE Service. Our goal is to provide local community assistance helping people in distress of any kind and preventing suicide.