I realized there were so many people who had a suicide loss, and there was a difference in the healing process and in the experience.
This 18-minute film is accompanied by a facilitator’s guide containing talking points and additional information, and is intended to be shown as a presentation by a trained facilitator.
More than twice as many people die by suicide in Florida annually than by homicide.
Three times as many people die by suicide in Connecticut annually than by homicide.
AFSP is excited to be taking part in the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention’s Community-Based Approaches to Suicide Prevention: New Resources and Future Directions webinar.
We walk for each other.
Being a part of this organization not only gives me an outlet to honor and remember my uncle and my personal struggles, but also...
We are honored to be partnering with MASS C.O.P. to offer the Self-Check Quiz to its members.
Suicide is the 11th leading cause of death in North Carolina.
Coming Out as a Two-Time Suicide Attempt Survivor
Statement from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention on Amy Bleuel, Founder of Project Semicolon
I share the message that there is hope.