Suicidality and Safety Planning Resources

Stanley Brown Safety Plan

ASQ Toolkit

The Trevor Project

The Trevor Project is an American nonprofit organization founded in 1998. Focused on suicide prevention efforts among LGBTQIA+ youth, they offer a toll-free telephone number where confidential assistance is provided by trained counselors.


Home Safety Guidelines

Includes information for helping families keep their child and environment safe. Website includes links for PDFs to print and give families (English, Spanish, and Somali versions available).

988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

REACH Crisis Services

The REACH program is the statewide crisis system of care that is designed to meet the crisis support needs of individuals who have a developmental disability and are experiencing crisis events which put them at risk for homelessness, incarceration, hospitalization, and/or danger to self or others. REACH services are available statewide, with one regional program being located in each of the Commonwealth’s five DD regions (Southwestern, Western, Northern, Central, and Eastern).

Mobile Crisis Response

  • Rapid response, assessment and early intervention to individuals experiencing crisis
  • Provided 24/7
  • Purpose:
    • Prevention of acute exacerbation of symptoms,
    • prevention of harm to the individual or others,
    • provision of quality intervention in the least restrictive setting,
    • development of immediate plan of safety to help avoid higher level of car

Information about Emergency Services in Virginia

Community Service Board (CSB) Directory

Suicide: Blueprint for Youth Suicide Prevention (

MY3 App (available for iPhone and android)

Allows individuals to complete a safety plan on their smartphone. Can link to contacts, email copy to provider(s), caregivers, etc. straight from the app.