Treatment for Suicidal Behavior and Thoughts

Willow Creek Behavioral Health is here to help if you are experiencing suicidal thoughts or behavior. We serve the Green Bay, WI area, as well as surrounding communities. Individuals typically turn to suicide when they feel like they have no other way out. We offer professional treatment to those with suicidal thoughts. Suicide is oftentimes preventable. Factors that can contribute to having suicidal thoughts are substance abuse, untreated depression, response to a stressful event, and more.

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How To Get Help Immediately

If you or someone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts or tendencies, please reach out for help:

Suicide Warning Signs

See below for some warning signs that an individual might be suicidal. This person needs help immediately.

  • Withdrawal from family and friends
  • Extreme mood swings
  • Anxiety or reckless behavior
  • Easily agitated
  • Drug or alcohol use
  • Feeling hopeless
  • Talking about being a burden to others
  • Sleeping more or less than usual
  • Saying they feel isolated
  • Looking up how to kill yourself
  • Talking about killing themself or wanting to die
Risk Factors That Can Lead To Suicide

While there is a certain thing that can lead someone to suicide, there are some risk factors that make it more likely.

If you or a loved one is having suicidal thoughts, Willow Creek Behavioral Health is here to help. We are available 24/7, offering inpatient hospitalization outpatient treatment programs to help suicidal individuals. We provide inpatient treatment to adolescents ages 12-17, adults, seniors, and outpatient care to adults and seniors. Call us today for a free, confidential assessment with one of our trained mental help professionals.

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Suicide Treatment At Willow Creek Behavioral Health
  • Recent loss (professional, financial, relationship)
  • Mental disorder
  • Feelings of hopelessness
  • History of trauma or abuse
  • Substance abuse or alcoholism
  • Chronic or physical illness
  • Lack of support
  • Feelings of isolation
  • Aggressive or impulsive tendencies
  • Family history of suicide
  • Previous suicide attempt
  • Lack of treatment for mental health or substance abuse
Call 920-328-1220 or toll-free 844-308-5050