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Quick Reference Guide to Suicide Prevention

 

When you encounter someone you suspect may be having suicidal thoughts, you are encouraged to use the following guidelines to assess the situation and help the individual. If you need assistance or if you have any questions at all,

 


Call the University Counseling & Testing Center (UCTC) 541-346-3227

Signs -  Look for actions, thoughts, feeling or physical evidence of suicidal
intent.  This may include statements of hopelessness or worthlessness,
extreme sadness or numbness.          

Ask-   "Are you having thoughts of suicide?"  Asking the question will not give someone the idea.
Find out – Determine the need for immediate assistance.  Have they made a plan?  If so, more immediate action is warranted. 

Enlist –    Involve other persons who can provide care and support.  Walk them to or call the UCTC or other listed resource.  Consult with one of our counselors at 541-346-3227.

Report –   File a Suicide Report on the incident for professional follow-up.

 

Campus and Community Resource Numbers


UO Crisis Resources

·                     University Counseling & Testing Center       541-346-3227

·                     After Hours Support and Crisis Line            541-346-3227

·                     Dean of Student's Office                            541-346-3216 

·                     University Health Center                            541-346-2770

·                     UO Police Dept (Non-Emergency)               541 346-2919             

Community Crisis Resources

·                     Eugene Emergency                                    911

·                     White Bird Clinic (24 hour crisis)                 541-687-4000

·                     CAHOOTS  Mobile Crisis                             541-682-5111

·                     Sexual Assault Support Crisis Line               541-343-7277

·                     Womenspace Help Line                              541-485-6513 

 

If you have information that a student is at substantial risk for suicide, has attempted suicide, or has been hospitalized for an attempt, please fill out a Suicide ReportForm.  This will put the student on the radar of those at the University who are entrusted to look after the welfare of students.The UO Suicide Assessment Team reviews and acts upon all Suicide Report Forms that are filed.


Need more information?

 

You can find out more about helping students in distress by clicking on this link:

http://counseling.uoregon.edu/DNN/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=qN9JXGmH880%3D&tabid=136

To schedule a Suicide Prevention Training for your Organization or Department, click here.

 

 

 

 

When you encounter someone you suspect may be having suicidal thoughts, you are encouraged to use the following guidelines to assess the situation and help the individual. If you need assistance or if you have any questions at all,

 


Call the University Counseling & Testing Center (UCTC) 541-346-3227

Signs -  Look for actions, thoughts, feeling or physical evidence of suicidal
intent.  This may include statements of hopelessness or worthlessness,
extreme sadness or numbness.          

Ask-   "Are you having thoughts of suicide?"  Asking the question will not give someone the idea.
Find out – Determine the need for immediate assistance.  Have they made a plan?  If so, more immediate action is warranted. 

Enlist –    Involve other persons who can provide care and support.  Walk them to or call the UCTC or other listed resource.  Consult with one of our counselors at 541-346-3227.

Report –   File a Suicide Report on the incident for professional follow-up.

 

Campus and Community Resource Numbers


UO Crisis Resources

·                     University Counseling & Testing Center       541-346-3227

·                     After Hours Support and Crisis Line            541-346-3227

·                     Dean of Student's Office                            541-346-3216 

·                     University Health Center                            541-346-2770

·                     UO Police Dept (Non-Emergency)               541 346-2919             

Community Crisis Resources

·                     Eugene Emergency                                    911

·                     White Bird Clinic (24 hour crisis)                 541-687-4000

·                     CAHOOTS  Mobile Crisis                             541-682-5111

·                     Sexual Assault Support Crisis Line               541-343-7277

·                     Womenspace Help Line                              541-485-6513 

 

If you have information that a student is at substantial risk for suicide, has attempted suicide, or has been hospitalized for an attempt, please fill out a Suicide ReportForm.  This will put the student on the radar of those at the University who are entrusted to look after the welfare of students.The UO Suicide Assessment Team reviews and acts upon all Suicide Report Forms that are filed.


Need more information?

 

You can find out more about helping students in distress by clicking on this link:

http://counseling.uoregon.edu/DNN/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=qN9JXGmH880%3D&tabid=136

To schedule a Suicide Prevention Training for your Organization or Department, click here.