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Suicide Prevention and LGBT Pride


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


My son, Jeff, was born on March 6, 1979 and I knew he was special from the day he was born.

Op-Ed: "Black Box" Warning


A decade ago the federal government warned that antidepressants might raise the risk of suicide in youth and young adults. The new study conducted by researchers at Harvard replicates previous findings of Gibbons et al. (2007) and provides another powerful look at what happened following the FDA black box warnings. 

AFSP Wins 6th Annual Morgan Stanley Strategy Challenge


The Morgan Stanley team developed a cost-effective way to scale the Interactive Screening Program, recommending that AFSP partner with employee-assistance programs to implement the screening tool into the EAP offerings to corporations instead of having the organization market the tool on their own.