Suicide Anonymous is a Twelve Step program, adapted from the original Twelve Step program, Alcoholics Anonymous.
Thinking about suicide? Thinking about killing yourself?
Are you preoccupied by thoughts of ending your own life? Do you have a desire to stop these constant thoughts of suicide?
Attempting suicide? Trying to kill yourself?
Do you have a desire to stop living out a pattern of suicidal behavior?
About "Suicide Anonymous"
Suicide Anonymous (SA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve our common problem and help others recover from suicidal preoccupation. The only qualification for membership is a desire to stop living out a pattern of suicidal ideation and behavior. Membership is open to all who want it. There are no dues or fees for SA membership; Suicide Anonymous is self-supporting through our own contributions. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop living out a pattern of suicidal ideation and behavior.
More information about Suicide Anonymous
Check out the Suicide Anonymous World Service website where there is additional information:
- Download "The Little Book - Suicide Anonymous", where you can read the stories of people who have recovered from suicidal addictions.
- Read about the characteristics of a suicide addict.
- Join online meetings via skype where you can listen in to people in recovery from their preoccupation with suicide
- How to Start a Suicide Anonymous group. Those who started the first groups of Suicide Anonymous say, "We can safely attend meetings without the fear of being "thrown in a mental hospital." Those of us who were in on it from the beginning are still dumbfounded by its strength."
If you are think you are likely to commit suicide today then you we suggest you contact www.lifeline.org.nz, or at least call someone.
Ask for help
This site does not provide advice of any kind. The contents are for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical or mental health advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Nevertheless, please feel free to share your thoughts with us.