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Help us #StopSuicide by sharing your connection to suicide prevention !

We all have a role in suicide prevention. What’s your connection? Share your story today #Stories2Connect

LGBTQ+ Suicide Prevention Resources Be the Voice to #StopSuicide If you’ve recently lost someone to suicide, you are not alone. Request a visit with our Healing Conversations trained volunteers and take a step in your healing journey: afsp.org/HealingConversations If you’ve recently lost someone to suicide, you are not alone. Request a visit with our Healing Conversations trained volunteers and take a step in your healing journey: afsp.org/HealingConversations AFSP's first nationwide suicide prevention walk raised over $1M At least 75% of people who got mental health treatment found it helpful. Many people who feel suicidal are experiencing a treatable mental health condition. Thousands of education programs delivered each year 55% of people have had someone talk to them about, know someone who attempted, and/or know someone who died by suicide. 45% of those who die by suicide see their primary care doctor within a month of their deaths. 4 in 5 people are aware that you can help someone at risk for suicide, and that suicide is not inevitable. Develop a plan for recovery. Go to afsp.org/recovery. Support student mental health and bring the Interactive Screening Program to your campus The Interactive Screening Program connects students anonymously with help before crises emerge Support mental health for medical students, staff and trainees from all healthcare disciplines. Bring the Interactive Screening Program to your medical school or healthcare system. The Interactive Screening Program lets people in distress connect anonymously to mental health services before crises emerge. Encourage employees to connect with mental health services. Bring the Interactive Screening Program to your workplace. Help #StopSuicide by bringing the Interactive Screening Program to your campus Help officers connect to mental health and peer support services safely and anonymously. Bring the Interactive Screening Program to your law enforcement agency. Bring the Interactive Screening Program to your campus and encourage students to connect with mental health services How to Talk About LGBT Suicide Prevention It's Real Film Graphic for Students It's Real Film Graphic for Non-Students