I'm extremely concerned about my girlfriend. She's having suicidal thoughts. They've been going on for a while, to the extent that she'd planned it all out—a method, a date and everything. It stopped after I spoke to her mother about it (she then spoke to my friend, and my friend stopped considering it then), but they seem to be doing very badly recently, again. She usually won't really open up to me about it. She doesn't have a lot of other people in her life she feels comfortable enough to talk to about it either. She's also told me she doesn't really like it when I reach out to her mother about her mental health. She says her mother only pretends to care but doesn't really. I try to tell her mother not to be make it obvious that I spoke to her, but my friend is really perceptive. She always figures it out. She says it's because her mother usually doesn't talk to my friend otherwise, only shows concern after we have a conversation about my friend.
I've noticed that it usually gets worse when something extremely stressful is coming up—a ton of work to finish, another COVID wave, transitioning into a new grade, making decisions regarding college... things like that. I know she suffers from a lot of climate anxiety too and finds it hard to continue being hopeful about living a life during these times. She seems hesitant to go to therapy because she thinks it won't be helpful (also, expenses), especially because she's gone before (for different reasons, a while back) and it didn't work so well. She always says "I know what the therapist will say to me." when I suggest it. My family has offered to pay for her therapy too, but she won't accept it. I know the lockdown has affected her deeply and she probably feels a lot of despair because of the situation.
I don't know what else to include here, but I could give out more specific information if required. I'm just extremely worried. I love her very much and want her to be okay. It's slightly complicated because my girlfriend and I live in different cities, but I'll try to do as much as I can from over here, until I'm able to go meet her maybe next month. Please tell me if there's any way I can help her.