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Know the warning signs of suicidal ideation. Individuals in crisis oftentimes share telling information of their intent to self-harm.
Encounters with individuals in an emotional emergency may not happen often. Knowing what to say and do can make a difference.
Resources are available to educate individuals and communities on suicide prevention and awareness. You can be the ONE to #StopOne
Check these online resources for introductory information on suicide prevention and awareness. Understanding is the first step to #StopOne
These foundational partnerships have developed curriculum to equip the community on prevention and awareness. Locate an organization near you.
Mental Health First Aid and ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) enable participants to directly intervene in crisis
We are bringing together key community stakeholders who are committed to seeing the statistics of suicide reduced. By structuring partnerships with the subject matter experts of key agencies, efforts will be concentrated and focused, reducing the fractured effect of multiple players. Through intentional scheduled education as well as availing online opportunities, impact will be multiplied through anchored ambassadors for caregivers, veteran service organizations, first responders and churches. Our community will be the model for cities across the nation!
We Want You! Get started and get engaged. Help your community, neighbors and friends get the education to be armed to fight the crisis of suicide.
The Suicide Crisis Line can be a lifesaver. Like knowing to dial 911, having the Crisis Line saved in your contacts enables you to have the resource right at your fingertips. Trained professionals are available 24/7
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Together, we can #StopOne