988 Crisis Lifeline | 24/7 Call or Text

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline offers free and confidential mental health support for people in distress. Call or text 988 any day, anytime. If you or someone you know is struggling, please reach out for help. Online chat support with a live representative is also available.

For long-term help with a counselor, please contact our Behavioral Health team at 208-686-1449, Monday – Friday | 8 am-5 pm.
*** Please note, this page is not continually monitored. If you have a medical emergency, call 9-1-1. ***

Look for indications that someone may need help

These signs might include:

  • If they talk about wanting to kill themselves or wanting to die
  • If they are trying to find a way to kill themselves (Searching online or buying a gun)
  • Voicing hopelessness or not having a reason to live
  • Voicing being trapped or in intolerable pain
  • Voicing that they are a burden to others
  • Elevated use of alcohol or drugs
  • Reckless behavior, Anxiousness/Agitation
  • Having a change of sleep habits of sleeping too long or not hardly at all
  • Withdrawing or secluding themselves
  • Expressing rage or pursuit of retaliation
  • Drastic fluctuations in mood

About The Lifeline

The 988 Lifeline stands as a nationwide alliance of community-based crisis centers offering round-the-clock, free, and confidential emotional support to individuals experiencing suicidal crisis or emotional distress across the United States. The commitment is to enhancing crisis services, advancing suicide prevention, and fostering awareness through empowering individuals, promoting professional best practices, and cultivating widespread understanding.*

For more information on 988 please visit the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline Website.

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