A mentally competent person with intolerable suffering or pain has the right to end their life
Choosing the timing and persons present, and should be free of any restrictions by the law, clergy, medical profession, friends or relatives.
Personal autonomy and the right to self-deliverance aren’t worth much if one doesn’t have the knowledge to comfortably and safely exercise them.
Self-deliverance is not illegal in any U.S. state, and free speech is protected by the First Amendment to the Constitution. Within that framework, we provides information and a compassionate presence. We provide nothing else.
We support research for safe, inexpensive medications or other safe, certain and painless methods that would allow for a peaceful self-deliverance.
We will vigorously defend our beliefs and practices in a court of law when necessary.
We do not encourage anyone to end their life and are opposed to anyone encouraging anyone to end their life.
We do not provide the means for self-deliverance and we do not assist in self-deliverance.