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On Thursday, February 13, advocates from the Wyoming Chapter will meet with lawmakers to urge their support of future legislative and funding efforts to bring a National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (NSPL)-affiliated crisis call center to the state.
We’re commemorating a major milestone this year, the 25th Overnight Walk, with one special event in New York City on June 20, 2020.
The Suicide Prevention Day on the Hill is a special day for all who have a connection with or a personal story around the topic of suicide.
Suicide is a national health concern that affects all Americans, Veterans and non-Veterans alike.
To learn more about the conference, be sure to check out #AFSP20 across social media.
Suicide Rate Up 1.4 Percent - Still Tenth Leading Cause of Death in U.S.
The AFSP Arizona Capitol Day is a special day for all who have a connection with or a personal story around the topic of suicide.
Check out all the happenings at this year’s CLC by following the hashtag #AFSP20 on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!
If you are in your own forest of uncertainty right now, I urge you to look up. Find your moon, or take a moon perspective. Do not give up.
By being an advocate I have become the voice of my loved ones lost to suicide.
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention has set a bold goal to reduce the nation’s annual suicide rate 20 percent by the year 2025.
Victoria Gonzalez is a proud advocate for mental health and founded the first Out of the Darkness Campus Walk at Pace University in 2017.