My open wounds of grief gradually healed into battle scars of a war I was just beginning to fight.
Through ISP, we are able to reach those students who may be struggling with issues like anxiety, depression or adjustments to college life.
North Dakota has one of the highest suicide rates in the United States, ranking 15th in the nation.
Organized around the theme of 30 Years Strong, this year’s AFSP Chapter Leadership Conference, was held in Irvine, California.
Nancy Farrell, who has served as chair of our Board of Directors for the past three years reflects on her two decades of work with AFSP.
Pat Gainey, AFSP's Pennsylvania Regional Director, who retires this April, reflects on her twelve years of service to suicide prevention.
National public-private partners join efforts to reduce the annual suicide rate 20 percent by 2025
AFSP has helped each of us, in our own way, to move forward after our son’s death.
I’ll admit it: suicide is really hard to talk about. Like, really, really hard.
Suicide is the eighth leading cause of death in Arizona.
Our chapters play a vital role in the work of the AFSP and have been a primary driver of our dramatic growth.
The Overnight Walks have proven to be a valuable and healing tool for us.