Community Resources for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention
IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW IS IN CRISIS, CALL THE NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE
We Can All Prevent Suicide
Understanding the issues concerning suicide and mental health is an important way to take part in suicide prevention, help others in crisis, and change the conversation around suicide.
Know the Warning Signs
Some warning signs may help you determine if a loved one is at risk for suicide, especially if the behavior is new, has increased, or seems related to a painful event, loss, or change. If you or someone you know exhibits any of these, seek help by calling the Lifeline.
Talking about wanting to die or to kill themselves
Looking for a way to kill themselves, like searching online or buying a gun
Talking about feeling hopeless or having no reason to live
Talking about feeling trapped or in unbearable pain
Talking about being a burden to others
Increasing the use of alcohol or drugs
Acting anxious or agitated; behaving recklessly
Sleeping too little or too much
Withdrawing or isolating themselves
Showing rage or talking about seeking revenge
Extreme mood swings
Alexander Health Center Counseling & Psychological Services
The Counseling and Psychological Services Center offers clinical services to all students, free of charge. The staff is devoted to helping with any concerns that might require psychological assistance. All clinical contacts at the counseling center are strictly confidential as protected by law and professional ethics.
Available M-F 8am-5pm at 918-631-2200
CaneCares is a simple online tool for you to communicate any concerns or observations you may want to share about a friend, a neighbor, or your community. CaneCares reports are read by TU staff members trained to assist in many ways. CaneCares provides a convenient way for you to step in and make sure a fellow student gets the help that they may need.
Available 24/7 Online
TU Campus Security
Campus Security works around the clock to protect the well-being and safety of students, faculty, staff and visitors. Officers are trained in responding to students who are contemplating self harm and have access to the on call counselor at all times.
Available 24/7 at 918-631-5555