We have an obligation to use our voice to make a difference.
There may be obstacles, but they can be conquered together. You are loved and you do matter.
"I knew it could make a difference to people traveling a similar path as my husband, or to those, like me, who had lost someone."
Overall, AFSP has invested a total of $5.3M this funding cycle through 26 international research grants.
November 17 is International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day—a day when people who’ve lost a loved one to suicide come together at over 360 gatherings around the world.
“Do you have any siblings?”
Nowadays when people ask me this question, I pause.
Do genes play a role in determining suicide risk, regardless of psychiatric diagnosis?
Chicago First Out of the Darkness Community Walk to Raise Over $1M
Brent Smith and Zach Myers from the multi-platinum rock band Shinedown will join the DC101's One More Light walk team at the 12th Annual Washington, D.C. Out of the Darkness Community Walk.
Today I am partnering with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to share my connection to suicide for the first time.
The flyers, emails, and discussions precipitated by our school’s use of ISP send an important message: “Talk about your mental health! Get help, no matter what the issue.”
The responsibility lies with all of us to pay attention to who used to be around the table, and who isn’t any longer.