Eric Frank Russell's "U-Turn" (as by Duncan H Munro) (short story, utopia): State helps a man commit "suicide"...
Story summary.A utopian world where there is work only for the young, but there is plenty for everyone to live comfortable. And there are rejuvenation treatments, so you can live indefinitely long by periodic treatments. Only problem is: boredom. Long life & no work & no uncertainty. So the government provides you an official method of committing suicide: walk into a "Life Terminal" building where you can demand to be killed painlessly!
This is the story of Douglas Mason's adventures when he visits Life Terminal. It does help you commit suicide, but its definition of suicide might not be obvious...
Fact sheet.First published: Astounding, April 1950.
Among the stories edited by John Campbell for Astounding/Analog.
Related: Stories of Eric Frank Russell.