Suicide is a critical public health issue that can have lasting harmful effects on individuals, families, and communities. Although, suicide is complicated and tragic, it is preventable.
The goal of Southeastern Idaho Public Health’s Suicide Prevention Program is to reduce the rate of suicide by promoting awareness, providing resources, and emphasizing hope and recovery. We offer QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) and Mental Health First Aid training. For more information on these trainings please visit: Suicide Prevention Trainings
We hope you find the resources provided here useful in helping you and our community understand and become involved in our efforts.
This site is NOT intended to and does NOT provide crisis intervention. If you are in a crisis or have concerns about someone, call the Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline at 208-398-4357 (HELP) or text CONNECT to 741741.
Suicide Prevention Program Coordinator: Tessa Donaldson, 208.239.5252 or