World Suicide Awareness Month Toolkit
Suicide is complicated and tragic. It does not discriminate, meaning people of all genders, ages, and ethnicities can be at risk. But it is preventable. For that reason, September has been designated Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Knowing the warning signs and being prepared to intervene can save lives. The following resources can help.
FAQ Video: How Counseling Can Help 
Not sure if counseling is for you? This video offers answers to basic questions about counseling for those who may have never tried it. 
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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 crisis, call The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 
at 800.273.TALK (8255), dial 988 for the Suicide Crisis Line*, or call 911 immediately.

*Not available in all 50 states.
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