Suicide - Tribal

One Million & Counting
cALL 800-273-8255 or
text "sos" to 741741

Native American Youth Suicide
Suicide Clusters within American Indian and Alaska Native Communities
Suicide Prevention in Indian Country
Bullying Prevention in Indian Country
Drawing on Indigenous Knowledge to Rethink Mental Health Services in Tribal Communities
How You Can Play a Role in Preventing Suicide Print 3 page PDF
Suicide Prevention Resource Center: American Indian/Alaska Native settings - Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC)
American Indian Institute, The University of Oklahoma - University of Oklahoma, American Indian Institute
Indian Health Service Suicide Prevention Program - U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Indian Health Service (HHS, IHS)
Suicide Prevention Resources

Alcohol Abuse Resources for Native American Communities
Tobacco Prevention for Native American Communities
Suicide Prevention - Native Americans & General Populations
Prevention against Domestic Violence and Abuse in Native American Communities

Native American Youth Suicide

Flying With Eagles holds Native American Youth Evaluation and Training Events wherever they are deemed necessary to access, explore, inform and educate Native American youth and adults regarding the solutions for the increasing problematic areas they face in today’s world.


1. Identify problems of those participating Native American youth from their perspective as it relates to drug, alcohol and substance abuse along with physical and sexual abuse.

2. Evaluate the depth and source of the problem.

3. Identify intervention services to combat these problems by overcoming the source of the problem and the perceived solution.

4. Implement methods to address appropriate counseling services in local areas and on a regional basis.

5. Attempt to identify the cause of the suicide attempts among the Native American youth in the area.

6. Locate and recruit participation in the development and correctional programs from positive role models from the local surrounding Native American community.

7. Develop participation in the programs by Native American youth utilizing a peer guidance and community support program.

Flying With Eagles, Inc., is registered in Pennsylvania as a not for profit corporation. Flying With Eagles,Inc., is a public charity exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Suicide Clusters within American Indian and Alaska Native Communities

This paper examines what is known about suicide clusters within American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) populations and uses that information to provide recommendations for stakeholders working to prevent and contain suicide clusters within AI/AN communities. Print 56 page PDFS

Suicide Prevention in Indian Country

This fact sheet, developed for tribal audiences and the agencies that work with them, reviews suicide prevention in Indian Country and how the 2012 National Strategy for Suicide Prevention can apply to tribal communities. Print 2 page PDF

Bullying Prevention in Indian Country

This fact sheet provides information and resources related to the specific bullying prevention needs for American Indian and Alaska Native communities. It highlights effective school-based anti-bullying prevention strategies.Print 2 page PDF

Drawing on Indigenous Knowledge to Rethink Mental Health Services in Tribal Communities

The HSU Department of Social Work in partnership with Two Feathers Native American Family Services & HSU Native American Studies, Child Development and Psychology Departments present Indigenous Knowledge: Community, Well-Being and Healing to rethink mental health services in Native American communities.

Suicide Prevention Resources

Northern California

Humbolt County Mental Health

707-445-7715, Tool Free 888-849-5728

TSB Youth & Family


North Coast Rape Crisis Team


Humboldt County Violence Services


National 24-Hour Helplines

National Suicide Prevention Line

988 or 800-273-8255


800-273-8255 press 1 or text 838255

Crisis Text Line

Text "SOS" to 741741

Ayuda en Espanol


California Youth Crisis Line

800-843-5200 or

The Trevor Project (LGBTQI Youth

866-488-7386 or Text "START" to 678678

Elderly Friendship Line


Suicide Loss Helpline


California Poison Control


Disaster Distress Line

800-985-5990 or text "TalkWithUs" to 66746

Other Helpful Resources

Humboldt County Suicide Prevention Program

707-268-2132 or

Training, Resources, Community Outreach, Education

United Indian Health Services Ko'l ho koom' mo

Youth Suicide Prevention May not be active.

Message not identified-no call back. 707-825-5060

HCTAYC - Youth Collaborative

Transition-Age Youth


Children & Family Services Mental Health


Hospice of Humboldt Grief Support

707-445-8443 or

Kunle Centre


Humdoldt; Family Service Center


American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention Resource Center


Early Warning Signs

Youth Support

My 3 app. Safety and Support plan

Navajo Local Collaborative Legislative Priorities

Youth Depression and Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention Training

Healing a Wounded Past

Testimony on Suicide Prevention

U. S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs – Suicide Prevention

Suicide Safety

The yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program

Native American Videos and DVDs on Suicide Prevention

The Prevention Researcher – Teen Suicide Prevention

Kalispel Tribe of Indians – Native American Suicide Triage Training Course

North Dakota Suicide Prevention Plan, Native America

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Teen Suicide Prevention, Evidence based Research Articles