Survival Guide – There is Help

This is a survival guide and workbook designed specifically for teens or young adults who may have thoughts of self-harm. The ebook is available as a pdf which you can print and fill in by hand or edit using the pdf annotate tools and also as an editable odg file (Open Office Draw). Note the editable version may not show up the same way as it is intended if you don’t have the same fonts installed, but you can also have some fun choosing your own and pasting or changing graphics to make it truly your own workbook.

Remember, if you or someone you know is considering suicide try to get professional help (counseling or a doctor) as soon as possible – talk to a trusted adult and ask for help.

Download the book on the buttons under the post

Download the editable versions here: Survival Guide Workbook Odg

Another book about dealing with Suicide is available here: Suicide Help Guide

Some statistics on youth suicide:

  • Suicide is the second-leading cause of death for teens and young adults, ages 10-34 (CDC, 2022).
  • 25.5% of adults ages 18-24 reported having seriously considered suicide in the past month. This is a higher percentage than any other adult age group (CDC, 2020).
  • 18.8% of high school students reported having seriously considered suicide in the past year. This percentage is higher among females (24.1%), and lesbian, gay, or bisexual teens (46.8%) (CDC, 2020).
  • 8.9% of high school students attempted suicide in the past year.


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