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BE EMPOWERED

"One may walk over the highest mountain one step at a time."

Suicide is a public health issue and suicide prevention will take all of us doing our part. No matter where you live, work or worship, resources are available. To #StopOne takes more than initiatives, it takes empowered  individuals who know they CAN be the ONE to #StopOne. 


Don't wait until tomorrow - someone you meet might need you today! Below are links to more in depth programs offered around the nation. Even rural area residents have opportunities to access training through  videos and online course material. 

What We Do to #StopOne

On March 17, 2020 Dallas Veterans Resource Center  suspended onsite  suicide prevention and awareness training. However, we are currently scheduling online virtual trainings. If your company, church or place of business would like to host an educational event contact us we're here to help.


Contact us at info@stopone.info

Stepping Up to #StopOne

Understanding Suicidal Thoughts

Understanding Suicidal Thoughts

Understanding Suicidal Thoughts

suicide prevention and education

2 MINUTE VIDEO

Part of #SWordStories, in this video attempt survivors, Leah Harris, Kelechi Ubozoh and Dese'Rae Stage tell us that suicidal thoughts are not unique to one group of people they can happen to anyone. Having compassion for the  struggle of mental health crisis is a step in the right direction. 


Be Here Tomorrow

Understanding Suicidal Thoughts

Understanding Suicidal Thoughts

Social Media influencer Logan Paul

7 MINUTE VIDEO

Social Media Influencer Logan Paul speaks to experts in the field on suicide awareness and suicide prevention. This video was made in response to his insensitive post regarding suicide. To better understand the issues, he interviews survivor Kevin Hines on his experience of hope, and what he wishes someone had said before it was too late. 

Talk Saves Lives

Texas Suicide Prevention Council

Texas Suicide Prevention Council

Helping Others Hold on

1 HOUR RECORDED WEBINAR

 

During COVID-19 in partnership with Cohen Military Family Clinic, Talk Saves Lives was presented utilizing ZOOM technology. 


ASFP Talk Saves Lives is a community-based suicide prevention introductory class. Classes offered weekly, contact the Dallas Veterans Resource Center for the next class or check the AFSP website for a chapter near you. 

Texas Suicide Prevention Council

Texas Suicide Prevention Council

Texas Suicide Prevention Council

Ask About Suicide to Save a Life Logo

1 HOUR 10 MINUTE PRESENTATION 

ZOOM Presentation in partnership with Cohen Military Family Clinic. 


ASK  About Suicide To Save A Life is a best practice gatekeeper training that teaches how to identify suicide risk factors, protective factors, warning signs & appropriate referral strategies.  

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