People of all ages, genders, and ethnicities suffer from depression
of those who die by suicide have a mental health diagnosis
Look For The Signs
Consult and Get Help
Withdrawing from other people
Changes in weight and eating patterns
Changes in sleeping patterns
Fatigue or lack of energy
Increased anxiety or irritability
Feeling worthless or hopeless
Talk to the person.
Listen, care, take it seriously.
Ask if they ever think about suicide. (Asking will not make someone "more suicidal").
Don't be sworn to secrecy.
Consult, consult, consult.
Offer to walk the person to CPS.
Stay in contact with the person. Follow up.
to set up an appointment
Crisis drop-in from 10am-5pm, Monday-Friday
Counseling + Psychological Services
2222 Bancroft Way,
University Health Center
Call UCPD: 911 or
After Hours Support
National Crisis Help line: (800) 273-TALK
If you are uncertain how to respond, counselors are available
Faculty or Staff
Contact CARE Services:
Screenings for depression
Training on how to identify and help students in distress
Help is at your fingertips, 24 hours a day!
Just in Case