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"I know that asking someone for help – which might seem like a small thing – is incredibly brave"
Learning from this study in China can help us to understand more about what contributes to suicide around the world.
For Mental Health Awareness Month, we’ve been encouraging people to have a #RealConvo about mental health.
The article puts a spotlight on this public health crisis, offering real solutions.
The 2019 Out of the Darkness Overnight Walks will be in San Francisco on June 8, and Boston on June 22.
Suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the United States and the eleventh leading cause of death in Ohio.
The 2019 Lifesavers Gala was an exciting night filled with hope.
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Below are ten helpful tips to help you navigate conversations with suicide loss survivors in a kind, thoughtful, and responsible way.
How should you respond? What can you do to connect them to help?
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Honors Two National Researchers at Event in New York
Suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the United States and in South Carolina.