If you are in crisis, please reach out to one of the crisis line numbers below.
Welcome to #TxSP23 – Coming Together to Care!
We look forward to you joining us virtually OR in person this year!
ALL SPEAKERS WILL BE PRESENTING IN-PERSON!
Network with your colleagues, exhibitors and this group of experts in New Braunfels!
The Texas Suicide Prevention Symposium: Coming Together to Care #TxSP23 will be hosted in-person for the first time since 2016! Come and join your partners in this important event! Thanks to our sponsors, we will be providing lunch and CEUs! Come see the Wellness Room or join us in the courtyard for a game of corn hole or Jenga! This is a great opportunity to expand your personal suicide prevention network!
Find your local community center for support or to volunteer. The 39 Community Centers of Texas manage and provide community-based services across all 254 Texas counties, touching the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, serious mental illness and substance use disorders.
Get Help, Give Help
The Texas Suicide Prevention Collaborative relies on generous contributions from community members like you to support our work. The fact is persons who are impacted by mental illness or who need support for suicide, suicide loss or a previous attempt never touch the public mental health system. Many go without treatment or support at all.
To help communities, we must build and support locally available resources for those who may be at risk of suicide – and that’s the essential work of the Collaborative. Given the size of Texas, it a challenging task, but with your support, we can do this – together.
We now accept crypto donations along with traditional monetary donations. Please help support those who need help in your community today.
Need help in light of Covid-19?
Click here for a list of resources ranging from individual to organizational
Texas Statewide Covid-19 Mental Health support line 833-986-1919
The AS+K? About Suicide to Save a Life BASIC online course provides a 1 hour overview of public health information important to developing suicide prevention gatekeeper skills. Topics discussed include risk factors, protective factors and warning signs related to suicide and how to connect to care if you think someone may be struggling.
Resources for Texas Schools in developing comprehensive suicide prevention, intervention and postvention plans.
See the presentations and access the associated Power Points from this year’s symposium.