Careline’s vision is a state free from suicide.
- Careline provides crisis intervention for individuals considering suicide or experiencing crisis, isolation, or depression.
- Careline supports survivors of a suicide attempt or loss to suicide by providing crisis intervention, education, and referral.
For More Information:
Please contact our office if you have questions, or if you would like to order Careline brochures or other materials. For more information on suicide prevention programs and resources in Alaska, see our Resilience Promotion pages, visit StopSuicideAlaska.org, or contact the Alaska Department of Health & Social Services, Division of Behavioral Health’s statewide suicide prevention coordinator at 907-465-3370 or Alaska’s Statewide Suicide Prevention Council at 907-465- 6518 or 888-464-8920 (toll-free). The statewide prevention coordinator and the Council are also good contacts if you’d like to order brochures, posters, wallet cards and other materials.
- Offers free, immediate, and confidential help.
- Is available 24/7, 365 days a year.
- Treats callers with respect.
- Listens, without judging.
- Helps callers discover their own solutions and offers support along the way.
- Provides intervention to those who are considering suicide.
- Provides information to those who are concerned about someone else.
In Fairbanks: 452-4357 (452-HELP)
Toll-Free Statewide in Alaska: 1-877-266-4357 (877-266-HELP)
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 (800-273-TALK)
Careline is accredited by the American Association of Suicidology and is a member of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Network.
Careline is funded by the State of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services Comprehensive Behavioral Health Prevention and Early Intervention Services.