Most people who commit suicide don’t want to die, they just want to stop hurting. It’s a desperate attempt to escape and they can’t see any way of finding relief except through death. They just want the pain to stop and they can’t see any alternative.
Take any suicidal talk or behavior seriously. It’s not just a warning sign that the person is thinking about suicide—it’s a cry for help.
Our intensive program for suicide prevention is determined by any hospital stay, evaluation for suicide attempt, suicidal thoughts, or Psychotherapist evaluation.
Please Note for your safety...
100 % compliance is required for this program, there is absolutely no exception to this rule. Non-compliance issues will initiate immediate termination from our program and referral to a higher level of care. NECBT does not provide medication management. Some patients may require extended hospitalization or hospital observation before continuing with treatment with NECBT. SAFETY IS OUR MAIN PRIORITY and in some cases our center may not be the appropriate level of care, and we will provide direction as to what your next best steps are.
For Children, Teens (and some) Young Adults, treatment requires 100% parental/guardian involvement with treatment. Attending Parent Training classes, parent coaching and 100% compliance.
if you are in a life threatening dial 9-1-1
if you are in crisis dial 2-1-1
1-800-273-TALK LIFE Line
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