Suicide is a very real public health problem that impacts individuals from a variety of backgrounds and of all ages.
Every year, millions of Americans are directly affected by the more than
41,000 suicides and hundreds of thousands
of suicide attempts made by friends or loved ones. While these numbers are staggering, suicide is preventable and
anyone can help by readying themselves with some knowledge on risk factors, warning signs, and what to do if you
or someone you love is in a crisis situation.
Please keep in mind that the information on these pages in no way substitutes for seeking professional help or advice from your doctor. With this information we simply intend to introduce you to helpful information on suicide prevention.
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