In support of National Suicide Prevention Awareness Week (September 8-14, 2019) and World Suicide Prevention Day (September 10). We are starting the conversation about suicide prevention and mental health. Today, we would like to remind you that your story is "To Be Continued".

To Be Continued is a campaign to raise awareness for Suicide Prevention. This is for the people who feel lost in their lives right now. Let us remind you that your story is not over yet and that your next chapter still awaits. Wherever today finds you, we want to take this moment to say that we’re with you.

Your Story Should Continue

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Why It's Important?

Suicide has become one of the leading cause of death worldwide: it can affect anyone, anywhere, for any number or reasons. Our goal is to start the conversation and share ways to prevent it in effort to help lower the statistics.

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PEOPLE DIE BY SUICIDE EACH YEAR

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SUICIDE RATE AMONG YOUNG PEOPLE

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LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH IN THE UNITED STATES

Know The Reources

if you or someone you know is struggling please reach out the crisis lines below

Pain isn’t always obvious, but you can learn to recognize the warning signs and how to seek help if you or someone you know is thinking about suicide. In an emergency, dial 911. The following resources can assist you to find immediate help, learn how to help someone else in a crisis, or get involved in the campaign to raise awareness and change the way we collectively minimize the risk of suicide.