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National Suicide Prevention Week 2017 Be the Voice to #StopSuicide Suicide Prevention Resources Suicide Warning Signs Seeing a mental health professional is a sign of strength. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. Most suicide attempt survivors go on to lead happy, healthy lives. 4 out of 10 people have received mental health treatment. For every suicide there are 25 suicide attempts. 1 in 5 people who die by suicide are veterans. 1 in 4 of those who die by suicide are intoxicated at the time of their deaths. 96% of people think suicide is preventable Nearly 90% of people view physical and mental health as equally important. You can #StopSuicide. Learn the warning signs. Develop a plan for recovery. Go to afsp.org/recovery. Learn the warning signs of suicide, and you might just save a life. 92% of people believe mental health should be covered. Taking care of our mental health is the smart thing to do. Nearly half of Americans think they have had a mental health condition in their lifetime. Each year, 10,000 advocates educate about suicide prevention. At least 75% of people who got mental health treatment found it helpful. AFSP is the largest private funder of suicide prevention research. 60% of people who die by suicide have Major Depressive Disorder. If you're having thoughts of suicide, tell someone you trust. Thousands of education programs delivered over the last 30 years. Recovery is a process. Give it time. Many people who feel suicidal are experiencing a treatable mental health condition. AFSP's first nationwide suicide prevention walk raised over $1M For every woman who dies by suicide, four men die. Every 40 seconds someone in the world dies by suicide. Suicide rates are highest in the Spring. 45% of those who die by suicide see their primary care doctor within a month of their deaths. Suicide costs the U.S. $44 billion every year. Half of all suicides are by firearms. People with mental health conditions are more likely to be victims of violence than perpetrators of violence. 55% of people have had someone talk to them about, know someone who attempted, and/or know someone who died by suicide. 93% of people would do something to help if someone close to them was thinking about suicide. 45% of people believe cost could be a barrier to mental health treatment for most people. 4 in 5 people are aware that you can help someone at risk for suicide, and that suicide is not inevitable. 74% of people believe that people who die by suicide usually show some signs beforehand.
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