Now You Can Report Suicidal Behaviors On Facebook To Help A Friend

Now You Can Report Suicidal Behaviors On Facebook To Help A Friend
technology

Lifeline partners with the online social network to reach out to those needing help.

Yi Chen
  • 15 december 2011


Facebook has launched a new function where users can flag their friend’s content if it’s deemed suicidal. Once the suicidal content has been reported, Facebook sends an e-mail to that person to encourage them to call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. There’s even an option to have a confidential chat with a counselor online by clicking through a link.

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