September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month – a time to raise awareness, share resources and help others find support and understanding. Many individuals are not aware of the warning signs of suicide and are not prepared if a crisis does happen. By talking about suicide prevention and working on steps to reduce risk, we can start to address its serious impact. Click here to learn about the warning signs of suicide.
Friends, family, and loved ones can use suicide prevention resources to learn how to talk about suicide and save lives. Suicidal thoughts can affect anyone of any gender or age. Raising awareness about suicide prevention and getting people the resources they need can save lives. One conversation can save a life. Click here to learn more about how to educate yourself and find support.