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BE ENGAGED

Exposing the Gap

Being engaged is the first step to #StopOne


The phone rings, on the other end of the line a distraught caller, heavy-hearted and in crisis. Would you know what to say? Would you know the next steps to take for suicide prevention ? 


When a call just like this came in to the Veterans Resource Center, the gap of information, education and adequacy for the situation was exposed. Change was needed, and immediate actions implemented. 


Suicide rarely happens without someone related to the individual knowing "something wasn't right."


Are You Okay?

Only 34 people are known to have survived a jump from the Golden Gate Bridge. One, is Kevin Hines, who shares his story to educate on the important role others can play when a person is experiencing suicidal thoughts. "If just ONE person would have asked me how I was doing, I would not have jumped." 


YOU can be the one to #StopOne

IT ONLY TAKES A MINUTE

What is IT?

It's Okay to Not Be Okay

What is IT?

mental health

4 MINUTE VIDEO 

Suicidal ideation is thinking that brings people to take their own lives. Here are a few critical things to understand about the thoughts and intervention

What Helps?

It's Okay to Not Be Okay

What is IT?

treatment for mental health

4 MINUTE VIDEO

This informational video explains effective treatments that focus directly on suicidal thoughts and behaviors  

It's Okay to Not Be Okay

It's Okay to Not Be Okay

It's Okay to Not Be Okay

Kevin Hines at the Golden Gate Bridge

5  MINUTE VIDEO

Kevin Hines survived an attempt off the Golden Gate Bridge. In this short video he shares a portion of his story. 

Start the Conversation

We Can All Prevent Suicide

It's Okay to Not Be Okay

Mental health conversations for suicide prevention

2 MINUTE VIDEO

This video is part of #SWordStories, created for use with the documentary The S Word. In this 3-part conversation, psychologists Eduardo Vega and Craig Bryan, and mental health advocate Leah Harris, share how to respond to someone who is suicidal. 

We Can All Prevent Suicide

We Can All Prevent Suicide

We Can All Prevent Suicide

Suicide prevention lifeline

10 MINUTE READ

Knowing the warning signs is one of the first steps to suicide prevention.


When Someone is at Risk

We Can All Prevent Suicide

We Can All Prevent Suicide

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention


10 MINUTE READ

If you think someone is contemplating suicide, assume you are the only one who will reach out. Here's how to talk with someone in crisis. In a short period of time, you'll discover suicide prevention resources are easily accessed.



Are you ready to learn more about Suicide Prevention?

#StopOne

Recognizing Signs is the First Step in Preventing Suicide

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