Victoria Gonzalez is a proud advocate for mental health and founded the first Out of the Darkness Campus Walk at Pace University in 2017.
Taking a First Step Toward Understanding

Victoria Gonzalez is a proud advocate for mental health and founded the first Out of the Darkness Campus Walk at Pace University in 2017.


The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Thanks Congressional Suicide Prevention Champions for Introducing the Suicide Prevention Act

We would like to thank Representatives Matsui and Stewart and Senators Kennedy and Reed for introducing the Suicide Prevention Act


The Front of the Line

Over the years, I've really learned about myself by helping others.


My only real advice to anybody is to learn to love yourself from the inside out, and try to love other people from the inside out.
Strength Meets Vulnerability: Men and Mental Health

My only real advice to anybody is to learn to love yourself from the inside out, and try to love other people from the inside out.


Advocates to Urge Lawmakers to Prioritize Suicide Prevention in Charleston

The AFSP West Virginia Capitol Day is a special day for all who have a connection with or a personal story around the topic of suicide.


They Said it Was a Heart Attack

Nobody talked about it, not even in my family. Everybody – my dad, my grandpa – they all said it was a heart attack.


The election of the new members took place in New York on December 3 and 4, 2019.
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Elects New National Board Members   

The election of the new members took place in New York on December 3 and 4, 2019.


I’m Going to Save One Kid, Because I Lost Mine

Through hope, we can all come together to create communities and cultures that are smart about mental health.


A Letter to Brad, Twenty Years Later

I want them to see that mental health conditions can be managed in the same way physical health conditions can be managed, with help.


Over the past two years, 961 PSJH employees have walked in the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Out of the Darkness Walks.
Hospital and Health Care Staff Walk to Bring Suicide Out of the Darkness

Over the past two years, 961 PSJH employees have walked in the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Out of the Darkness Walks.


Scoring a Home Run with Youth Baseball and Suicide Prevention

As in life, we all make mistakes. It’s how we learn and improve that’s important.


Volunteer Spotlight: Camila Pulgar, on the Family of Loved Ones with Lived Experience

To get involved, find your local chapter and check out the volunteer opportunities at the array of programs and events offered year-round!