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Are you in crisis? Call the Lifeline.

Text or Call 988

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The Suicide Prevention Program at the Utah Pride Center was created in 2020 to formalize the suicide prevention services that had been offered for years to the community. Our team aims to address all aspects of suicide in the LGBTQ+ community from early intervention and prevention to postvention support on a state-wide level. This department operates under the three pillars of Education, Resources, and Support and serves the entire state of Utah. UPC Suicide Prevention Team helped create the first LGBTQ+ specific suicide prevention plan in Utah with DHS and the Utah Suicide Prevention Coalition - Utah LGBTQ+ Suicide Prevention Plan 2020-2023.

To learn more about statewide efforts to prevent suicide visit –

Support Groups


LGBT National Help Center

Free and confidential peer-support and local resources.

Live On Utah

Suicide Prevention in Utah.

Rape Recovery Center

24-hour Sexual Violence Helpline: 1-888-421-1100

Salt Lake City, Utah
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Safe UT Smartphone App

833-372-3388 or (833-3SAFEUT)

SAGE LGBT Elder Hotline

Connect LGBT older people who want to talk with friendly responders who are certified in crisis response and are ready to listen.

The Trevor Project

Providing information & support to LGBTQ 
young people 24/7, all year round.

Trans Lifeline

Trans Lifeline is a trans-led organization that connects trans people to the community, support, and resources they need to survive and thrive.

University Of Utah – Crisis Intervention & Hospital Diversion

The Huntsman Mental Health Institute has teamed up with Salt Lake County and OptumHealth SLCo to provide free crisis response and hospital diversion programs that aim to keep all our family members, friends, and neighbors safe.

Veterans Crisis Line

Free, confidential support for Veterans in crisis and their families and friends

Suicide Prevention Training

We offer training sessions that are open to the general public and rotate days of the week to try to accommodate various schedules. To find out when our next training is please fill out the form. We can also provide private group training.

After completing training participants should be able to 1) recognize someone at risk for suicide 2) intervene with those at risk 3) refer them to an appropriate resource.


Suicide Prevention Boxes

Suicide Prevention Boxes have been created by our team as a way to safely and efficiently get suicide prevention materials to organizations across Utah. These boxes contain materials with crisis hotlines such as posters, business cards, buttons, magnets, stickers, bookmarks, etc. This gives your organization the opportunity to display the resources and make them available to clients who enter your spaces.

We recommend having the materials at an easy access point so people do not have to specifically ask for them in an effort to limit barriers. When you start running low on supplies email our department This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or simply fill out the Prevention Box Request Form again.

Thank you for helping us spread these important resources!


What Can You Do To Help 

  • Take suicide prevention training 
  • Help us spread suicide prevention resources 
  • Help normalize conversations surrounding mental health and suicide 
  • Encourage others to seek help 
  • Work to become an LGBTQ+ ally 

When You Donate To Our Department Your Funds Help Cover Costs For: 

  • Suicide prevention training and books 
  • Printing and distributing suicide prevention materials 
  • Suicide prevention events 
  • Printing and distributing our suicide loss guided therapy workbooks 
  • Travel to rural parts of Utah to present training and resources