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Do you have a loved one who is not doing well, and you are worried about their safety?

Have you heard someone you know talking directly or indirectly about suicide or the desire to die?

You’re noticing concerning signs in a person who is very down but you don’t really know what is going on?
Are you worried and you don’t know what to do or what questions to ask?

Contact us quickly. We can help you help this person. You will be given information, help and support.

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Whoever you are, whatever your reasons for seeking help, we will take the necessary time to talk and help you!

To help you recognize the signs

Common signs of distress

A suicide or suicide attempt rarely occurs without signs of distress. That is why it is important to know them and know how to see them!

There are many signs of distress; here are some of them:

  • Self-critical statements:
    • talking about suicide or wanting to end it all,
    • despair,
    • frequent self-criticism,
    • low self-esteem,
    • saying goodbye, etc.
  • Disturbing signs:
    • withdrawal (“I don’t matter to anyone”),
    • giving up usual activities, etc.


Did you know that 30% of the people we work with are loved ones of someone thinking about suicide?

Simply wanting to help the person in distress shows great empathy and care. 

However, remember that if you do not feel equipped to help the person or if you are feeling distress yourself, it’s important to call on specialists who can take over or accompany you. 

Suicide is a permanent response to a temporary situation. That is why it is important to help those around us to get the help they need. 

Be part of the solution and help those around you find the help they need no matter how distressed they are. 

Other types of resources

A resource for every challenge

The person you know may be facing larger or more serious challenges such as abuse, addiction, or mental health issues that may be contributing to suicidal ideation.

Here are some other organization that can help