We are so glad you are reaching out for support and being a great friend! Continue to be there for her and support her, it is great that you have already been doing that. She could start by talking with a school counselor if you guys are still in school for the summer. If you do not feel that your friend is going to be able to keep herself safe it may be necessary to inform her parents of how she has been feeling in order to help her be safe. 911 could also be called, and you could ask for a welfare check and the police would go out to her to provide support and help keep her safe. Talking with a hotline may be beneficial for her as well. Crisis counselors on hotlines are there to listen to your story, provide support, help safety plan, and could talk with her about how she could approach her parents about her concerns and desire for therapy. Hotlines would also be available for you to talk with as well as you continue to support your friend, and any issues that arise that you want to discuss as well. Continue to reach out for support for your friend and yourself, you're a great friend!
Boys Town National Hotline, 1-800-448-3000, yourlifeyourvoice.org