The Maine Suicide Prevention Program

The goal of the Maine Suicide Prevention Program (MSPP) is to reduce suicide deaths and suicide attempts across the lifespan. The Maine Suicide Prevention Program provides resources, technical assistance, and training in suicide prevention best practices for professionals and community members across the state. The MSPP works to promote hope, healing, and support for all Mainers.

If you or someone you know are struggling with thoughts of suicide, contact:

Maine Crisis Line
1-888-568-1112 or 988
Call, text, or chat. Free. Confidential. Available 24/7.

Call 911 for help if:

  • A suicide attempt has been made
  • A weapon is present
  • A person is lacking control or refusing help
  • You are worried about the safety of yourself or others 

NAMI Maine offers in-person and virtual trainings on behalf of the Maine Suicide Prevention Program. Visit the Maine Suicide Prevention Program Training Calendar for training details. 

NAMI Maine can also provide support after a suicide or other traumatic loss when you are ready.

For materials related to mental health and suicide prevention, visit the Maine Prevention Store.