How do you ask for help, when you don’t even know how to explain what you’re going through to yourself?
Depression Is What I Have, Not Who I Am

How do you ask for help, when you don’t even know how to explain what you’re going through to yourself?


Write a Letter

We all have so much more power than we know; all we need to do to access it is to pick up a pen.


The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Launches Phase II of Project 2025

Project 2025 Supports the Bold Goal to Reduce the Annual Suicide Rate 20 Percent by 2025


The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is proud to announce the 2019 Out of the Darkness Overnight Walks.
Over a Thousand People to Walk Overnight in June to Prevent Suicide in San Francisco and Boston

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is proud to announce the 2019 Out of the Darkness Overnight Walks will be held in San Francisco on June 8-9 and in Boston on June 22-23.


There Is A Light

What helped was talking to other people about my pain. This was what saved my life.


Suicide Prevention Advocates to Visit Cheyenne To Support Mental Health Parity

Suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the United States, and it is the eighth leading cause of death in Wyoming.


I’m boundlessly grateful for all the care and love I received when I was sick, and I know now that I was worth it.
The Burden of Me

I’m boundlessly grateful for all the care and love I received when I was sick, and I know now that I was worth it.


Suicide Prevention Advocates Support Mental Health Parity in Jackson

Suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the United States, and it is the eighth leading cause of death in Mississippi.


Advocating for Suicide Prevention in 2019

With the passionate, active Field Advocates that we have, we know we will make positive change across the country.


"AFSP has brought meaning to such a tremendous loss. It has allowed me the opportunity to raise awareness and support a community in need."
From Mother to Daughter

“AFSP has brought meaning to such a tremendous loss. It has allowed me the opportunity to raise awareness and support a community in need.”


I Wasn’t Able to Save Him

I am beginning to realize that our loss can lead to our own growth and survival. 


She’s Okay: Attending Survivor Day 2018

There are still times when I feel the pain of my loss very strongly… but now, I am okay.