It’s a good time to learn how to help prevent suicide

At first, you may think, "Why do I need to know about suicide?" But the fact is that most of us have been touched in some way by it.

Hopefully, you’ve never felt suicidal. But perhaps you have. Or perhaps you have a friend, relative or coworker who has been down that road. Since it’s National Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month, we’d like to help you learn some essential, helpful truths about suicide.

The Talk Saves Lives online training is a good place to start. It can teach you that you actually have the power to help others who may be considering suicide — even if you're social distancing. In this training, you can learn:

  • Reasons people take their own lives
  • Risk and protective factors
  • Suicide prevention steps
  • How you can help someone who is suicidal

In honor of Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month, we invite you to take this training. There’s no cost, but there can be a big payoff. You can learn ways to help someone who is at risk and needs someone else to offer the right kind of caring and support.

Go to take the Talk Saves Lives online training today.

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The Talk Saves Lives online training was developed by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

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