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Nation’s Top Suicide Prevention and Veterinary Medical Organizations Partner to Release New Resource for Veterinary Workplaces

AFSP and the American Veterinary Medical Association, in partnership with the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America, the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association, and the Veterinary Medical Association Executives Release After a Suicide: A Guide for Veterinary Workplaces 

By AFSP

If I Knew Then What I Know Now: “Finding Hope” for Those Caring for Someone at Risk of Suicide

I was privileged to be involved in the pilot of one of AFSP’s newest programs, Finding Hope: Guidance for Supporting Those at Risk. The goal is to provide practical guidance to those caregivers who have suicidal thoughts and/or have survived a suicide attempt, whom we refer to as those with “lived experience.”

By Mary Meacham

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Announces New Program to Support People Caring for Others at Risk of Suicide

Led by trained AFSP staff and volunteers, as well as mental health professionals, “Finding Hope: Guidance for Supporting Those at Risk” is intended to increase the ability for family members and friends to support someone with lived experience and offers a resource to community members.

By AFSP