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When explaining the suicide to a child or adolescent, provide truthful information, encourage questions, and offer loving reassurance.
Suicide is a serious public health problem that takes an enormous toll on families, friends, classmates, co-workers, and communities, as well as on our military personnel and veterans.
You may face financial surprises and challenges after a suicide.
At AFSP, our efforts to prevent suicide are firmly rooted in our understanding of why it occurs.
We designed this Resource and Healing Guide to help those left behind to cope with a suicide loss.
As is true for all leading causes of death, treatments and interventions that aim to reduce and prevent suicide are solidly rooted in scientific research. Scientific research has been a unique and essential part of our overall mission since the organization was formed in 1987.
Not so long ago, suicide was a taboo topic. You just weren't supposed to talk about it. Fortunately, some people did, and we have come to understand it as a significant public health concern.