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Suicide Prevention

If you are thinking about suicide please check out this site:

Information about Suicide

Visit ULifeline, an online resource center for college student mental health and emotional well being.

Sometimes external stressors, brain chemistry, or a combination of both can lead to depression. People can become depressed and feel overwhelmed when under a great deal of stress (like moving away to college, a parent's illness, divorce or loss of job, keeping up with grades, paying for college, etc.). Sometimes it feels like you are all alone and you just don’t know what to do. Even when things seem the darkest, there is help available, you are not alone!

Please contact us at the Baylor Counseling Center and talk to a counselor today

Walk-In or Call us: (254) 710-2467 Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

After hours and weekends call the crisis line and you will talk to a counselor. (254)710-2467

Other resources:

If you think someone you know might be thinking about suicide:

          Counseling Center: 254-710-2467

    Baylor Police: 254-710-2222
    MHMR Crisis Line: 254-752-3451
Common myths about suicide

Resourses for Friends

Resources for friends and family members of someone who has died by suicide.

If you are an attempt survivor:

McLane Student Life Center
2nd Floor
Phone: 254.710.2467
Fax: 254.710.2460

Hours: Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.