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These events help inform our youth about mental health and suicide prevention, and create opportunities for connection. Research shows that staying connected is one action that helps safeguard our mental health and that reduces suicide risk.
For the past three years, the American Foundation for Suicide’s Minnesota Chapter has been fortunate to partner with a local club to raise awareness about suicide and mental health through our Ride to Fight Suicide Snowmobile Ride.
Whether we are walking all night together, or we are home and safely distanced, our Overnight family is helping create a world without suicide. There is reason for hope.
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Walk to fight suicide
Walkers like us make a difference. Together we can change the conversation about mental health and put a stop to this tragic loss of life.Find a walk
Our 2020 Annual Report shines a spotlight on all the critical work we accomplished for our mission this past fiscal year, both before and during the rise of COVID-19.
We at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) are excited to announce the release of the Surgeon General's Call to Action to Implement the National Strategy to Prevent Suicide.
This spring, over 30,000 volunteer Field Advocates from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) will join together in advocating for effective suicide prevention legislation.
Visit our Action Center to stay up to date on the federal and state bills that need your support.Take action