I have learned that the road to healing is not easy, but few worthwhile things in our lives are easy.
Volunteering for Suicide Prevention: From Grief to Hope to Action

I have learned that the road to healing is not easy, but few worthwhile things in our lives are easy.


Running with Our Hearts

Grandma’s Marathon is a race that takes place along Lake Superior’s beautiful North Shore in Duluth, Minnesota each June.


Helping Others in Honor of a Loved One

To learn more about our exciting work and read other Volunteer Spotlight Stories, see our 2019 Annual Report.


It is more important than ever that people take protective, proactive measures to safeguard their mental health and that of others.
A Message from AFSP’s Chief Medical Officer

Factors associated with the COVID-19 crisis such as anxiety, social isolation, fears related to the virus itself, economic stress, and disruption in routines can potentially impact our mental health, and be a contributing factor for suicide risk.


I Walk for My Wife

The 2020 Overnight takes place on June 20 in New York City. Register today!


COVID-19: We Must Care for Older Adults’ Mental Health

It’s important that we all care for each other during this challenging and uncertain time.


The true relationship between employment and suicide is more nuanced.
Research Connection: Is There a Link Between Job Stress and Suicide?

The true relationship between employment and suicide is more nuanced.


CEO Update from Bob Gebbia

It’s more important than ever, right now, to stay connected to family, friends, co-workers, classmates and others through phone calls and online.


Supporting your Mental Health While Navigating Change

Change when things are uncertain is hard. Change that we didn’t choose is harder. Change that has a potential impact on our mental wellness may be the most challenging of all.


To learn more about our exciting work and read other Volunteer Spotlight Stories, see our 2019 Annual Report.
AFSP Advocacy: Transforming Hope into Reality

To learn more about our exciting work and read other Volunteer Spotlight Stories, see our 2019 Annual Report.


Working Toward a Common Goal: Preventing Firearm Suicides in Veterans

United States Veterans are 1.5 times more likely to die by suicide than Americans who never served in the military.


Dr. Christine Moutier Discusses Managing Your Mental Health on CNN Town Hall

Dr. Moutier’s segment focused on a discussion on managing your mental health in light of recent news around the virus.