Mike Lamma, AFSP Vice President of Development and Field Management
Our chapters play a vital role in the work of the AFSP and have been a primary driver of our dramatic growth.
AFSP Staff and Volunteers Come Together for Annual Chapter Leadership Conference

Our chapters play a vital role in the work of the AFSP and have been a primary driver of our dramatic growth.


Nation’s Largest Suicide Prevention Organization and the Firearms Industry Trade Association Join Forces, Launch New Education Program to Potentially Save Thousands of Lives

This Unprecedented Program Supports the AFSP’s Project 2025 Goal to Reduce the Annual Suicide Rate 20% by 2025.


Walk With Us

The Overnight Walks have proven to be a valuable and healing tool for us.


Music is a powerful tool.
10 Feel Good Songs from AFSP Staffers!

Music is a powerful tool.


Recipes for Self-Care

Self-care is an inoculation against selfishness


Introducing AFSP’s New Chair of the National Board, Steve Siple: An AFSP Profile Interview

Steve Siple joined the AFSP National Board in 2006. This month, he takes on the new responsibility of chair of the board. We asked him the following questions to get to know him better and find out some of what he has planned for the organization’s future.


I’m incredibly proud of what we’ve accomplished and tremendously grateful to each of you for your support.
Our Hopes for Suicide Prevention in 2017: A Letter From CEO Bob Gebbia

In 2017, we honor our organization’s 30th Anniversary and the progress made in the field of suicide prevention.


AFSP’s 2016 Year in Review

Thank you for being part of the fight to stop suicide in 2016!


10 Feel Good Songs From AFSP Staffers!

Music is a powerful tool.


I support AFSP because they won't give up. They've proven that they are faithful to their mission.
Why I Support AFSP: My 35 by 35 Challenge

I support AFSP because they won't give up. They've proven that they are faithful to their mission.


Circling Our Grief

We all are circling around our grief... As time passes…we visit the center less often and stay for shorter periods of time.


10 Marathons, $13,000…and Eventually Tacos

Although grief fades, it remains. We have the choice of when and how to acknowledge, remember, celebrate and endure.