Suicide was a worldwide crisis before the pandemic hit. The added stress, anxiety and isolation we have all felt since the COVID outbreak has only exacerbated the problem, essentially creating a secondary pandemic. The following resources promote understanding and awareness of suicide and
the mental health issues surrounding it.

Counseling Frequently Asked Questions Video
This video is designed to answer basic questions about counseling for those who may have never tried it and to increase comfort levels with getting help. 
View Video

Suicide Prevention Flyer

Suicide can be prevented. This flyer explains the
signs of suicidal ideation and how to get help.

On-Demand Training: Managing Emotions 
This brief online training can help anyone who
is struggling to keep their emotions in control in
the workplace. 
Suicide Awareness Information
Knowing the signs that someone may be suicidal is
the first step to preventing them from taking action. 
Suicide Awareness
Teen Depression and Suicide

On-Demand Training: Stress Management

Stress: A Way of Life or a Fact of Life offers tips on
how to control stress instead of letting it control us. 
Destigmatizing Mental Health
This resource guide explores common
attitudes toward mental health and the taboos
often associated with it.

Get Help

If you or someone you know is in an emergency, call The National Suicide
Prevention Lifeline at 800.273.TALK (8255) or call 911 immediately.