Suicide Prevention

You Are Not Alone

Are you feeling stressed, anxious, hopeless, isolated or on edge? Have you noticed a friend who is feeling this way? Universities can sometimes feel big and lonely, but the fact is that many people at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln care about your well-being. You don’t have to deal with stress alone!

If you are thinking about suicide or if you are concerned about your wellbeing or the wellbeing of a friend, get help immediately. Tell an advisor, friend or family member. Residence assistants, residence directors, faculty and staff are trained to respond to this type of situation. Sharing your concern for a friend or letting others know the difficulty you’re facing is the first step. YOU ARE NOT ALONE.

Nebraska Medicine – University Health Center Counseling and Psychological Services can help.

Have you experienced a personal, psychological or physical trauma recently? Has your level of distress increased significantly? Has someone asked you to come to Counseling and Psychological Services or another mental health resource? Are you having thoughts or have you made a plan to hurt yourself or others? Has a friend, intimate partner or family member hurt you physically or emotionally? If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, call 402.472.5000. Follow the prompts for after-hours assistance. Help is available 24/7.

For non-crisis matters, schedule an appointment with Counseling and Psychological Services by calling 402.472.5000 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Suicide Crisis Hotlines

Trevor Life Line: 1-866-4-U-TREVOR or 1.866.488.7386

LGBT-specific suicide hotline.

CenterPointe 24-hour crisis line: 402.475.6695

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1.800.273.TALK (8255) 24-hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.

Mental Health Counseling

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Counseling and Psychological Services: 402.472.7450 Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm.

LGBTQA Resource Center Liaison: Dr. Scott Winrow

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Counseling and School Psychology Clinic: 402.472.1152 Offering affordable, confidential counseling for students and community members.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Psychological Consultation Center (PCC): 402.472.2351 Offering affordable, confidential counseling for students and community members.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Women’s Center: 402.472.9428 Offering affordable, confidential counseling for women and men students. Call the counseling coordinator for more information or to schedule an appointment.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Employee Assistance Program: 402.472.3107 or 1.800.755.2655 If you are a University of Nebraska-Lincoln employee, call the Employee Assistance Program.

Suicide Prevention Resources

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Police: 402.472.2222

Suicide Prevention Resource Center:

The Jed Foundation:

ULifeline Suicide Prevention:

For more information about Suicide Prevention and related information in Nebraska: