Bree, who works in our National Office, writes about why it is crucial that minority populations speak more openly about mental health issues.
Dionne Monsanto, board member for our NYC Chapter and Executive Director of The Siwe Project, writes about #NOshame Day and her journey into mental health advocacy after the death of her daughter, Siwe.
AFSP's volunteers and advocates have a lot to celebrate this 4th of July. Read selected stories highlighting new prevention legislation and funding.
The 2014 Out of the Darkness Overnight Walks are now finished. How incredible it was to see 2,200 people on both coasts, first in Seattle June 14-15 and then in Philadelphia June 28-29, walk a combined 33+ miles for suicide prevention.
Various news sources covered the Out of the Darkness Overnight Walks. We will continue to update this page as more stories are posted online.
I believe that each step we take in the direction of healing the wounds that divide LGBT youth from their families brings us one step closer to a world without suicide. And while we still have a very long way to go, these steps are worth celebrating.
My son, Jeff, was born on March 6, 1979 and I knew he was special from the day he was born.
Bob Gebbia, AFSP's CEO, and Dr. Christine Moutier, AFSP's CMO, were featured earlier this week on CBS 102.7's FM Magazine.