I promise you, as someone who has been there before, I know now there is nothing that I can’t get through.
From a Child Who Lost a Parent to Suicide

I promise you, as someone who has been there before, I know now there is nothing that I can’t get through.


Changing it Up: How to Keep Your Fundraising Efforts Fresh

Grabbing an audience’s attention is a challenge…but not nearly as difficult as holding it from one year to the next.


Lessons We Missed as Kids: Practicing Mental Health

What are kids taught to do when they feel lonely? Or when they feel rejected by other kids? The answer, usually, is nothing.


The voices of LGBT people and organizations are critical to expanding the development and direction of suicide prevention strategies
What We Know Now: Updating Best Practices for Talking About Suicide & LGBT Populations

“What We Know Now: Updating Best Practices for Talking About Suicide & LGBT Populations”


Losing My Sister: An AFSP SPOTLIGHT INTERVIEW with Sarah Barthel of Phantogram

“Losing My Sister: An AFSP SPOTLIGHT INTERVIEW with Sarah Barthel of Phantogram”


Helping a Friend via Text: Tips from Crisis Text Line

“Helping a Friend via Text: Tips from Crisis Text Line”


Here is a Top Ten list of some of the most important things research has told us about how suicide can be prevented.
Top 10: What Research Tells Us about Suicide

Here is a Top Ten list of some of the most important things research has told us about how suicide can be prevented.


Tips for My Freshman Self

Everyone has advice for you when you first go to college:


Nation’s Largest Suicide Prevention Organization and Aetna Launch New Education Program to Potentially Save Thousands of Lives

Aetna is proud to join AFSP in its goal to reduce the suicide rate 20 percent by the year 2025, as part of AFSP’s Project 2025 initiative.


Your story matters.
Hope and Healing Sweepstakes

Why does suicide prevention matter to you?


Everyone Can Take Steps to Prevent Suicide

Everyone Can Take Steps to Prevent Suicide


How Does Your Furry Friend Improve Your Mental Health?

She instinctively knew when I needed her to be with me and provide comfort or a tail wag. She gave me purpose, because she needed me.