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Changing Attitudes, Culture and Behavior Through Education

29 Jun 2021 — 1 min read

By AFSP

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We all have a role to play in our communities – as family members, friends, coworkers and neighbors – when it comes to keeping the people we care about safe. Suicide can be prevented. Our evidence-informed education programs, delivered by our chapters throughout the country, use the latest science to pave the way in making sure more and more people understand why people take their lives, as well as how to spot the warning signs, and help those who are struggling.

Our chapters more than met the challenge to #KeepGoing in making sure our education programs continued to be available throughout the pandemic. Despite the global outbreak of COVID-19, we quickly adapted our education programs from in-person to virtual presentations, ensuring that even in uncertain times, we are still creating a culture that is smart about mental health.

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