Many do not realize that asking for help isn’t a sign of weakness; it’s a sign of strength.
Remembering Our Post-War Casualties

Remembering Our Post-War Casualties


Overnight San Diego 2017 Recap

we bring a message of hope to the streets of San Diego, and we walk for a day when suicide will not cut short the lives of our family members, our friends, our coworkers, our classmates, or the lives of our veterans and members of the military


The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Hires Senior Director to Lead National Project 2025

Most recently as the director of public health at Autism Speaks®, Rosanoff managed the organization’s research program focused on understanding the prevalence, costs, and causes of autism, as well as barriers and solutions to better accessing autism and mental health care in the US and worldwide.


At the end of the day, when we deal with issues of mental health, we feel like we are dealing with it all by ourselves.
Mental Health and G.I. Joe: We’ve Got Strength in Numbers

A big part of me is scared about being judged, ridiculed – all the things many of us fear when it first comes time to talk about our personal mental illness, whether it’s depression, or anxiety or something else.


Words Matter: Reaching People in Distress on the Internet

Depressed individuals worldwide do not always seek treatment, or are undertreated, thus there is a need for effective and appropriate interventions for at-risk individuals via the internet.


Statement by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention on Chris Cornell

Suicide is the result of many factors that come together such as an underlying mental health condition and access to lethal means.


My father’s death was referred to as an accident, but I knew deep down what my father battled. I knew it was suicide.
Time Doesn’t Heal…But it Does Do Something Else

Time Doesn’t Heal…But it Does Do Something Else


Walking Across our Campuses for Suicide Prevention

Walking Across our Campuses for Suicide Prevention


The 29th Annual Lifesavers Gala

The 29th Annual Lifesavers Gala


Mental illness is not a terminal disease: it is treatable, it is manageable, and we can work through it.
In Memory of My Mother: Making Tomorrow Better

I am still struck 14 years later by the widespread lack of awareness surrounding mental illness and suicide.


I Walk Because We Are Stronger Together

I Walk Because We Are Stronger Together


Advocates to Visit Springfield to Speak With Legislators About Suicide Prevention

Suicide is the 11th leading cause of death overall in Illinois.