Advocates for suicide prevention can and do make a difference. By educating the public, they change the way people think and talk about suicide and mental illness. By educating leaders and communities, they help to shape new laws and policies.
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The Annual Advocacy Forum is AFSP's single largest effort to educate federal officials about suicide and the ways they can help to prevent it.
In communities throughout the country, AFSP volunteers are the face of our movement to prevent suicide. Together, we can make the experience of losing friends and loved ones to suicide a thing of the past.
AFSP holds hundreds of events nationwide throughout the year. Whether you wish to participate in a fundraising event, attend an educational program or healing conference, we have a way for everyone to participate.
There are many ways to provide financial support to our work at AFSP.
Honor a loved one.
AFSP’s growing network of 75 local chapters nationwide join together those who have lost someone to suicide, individuals with mental disorders and their families, mental health professionals, community and business leaders, and others interested in preventing suicide.
Organize a community walk in your community.
AFSP’s Out of the Darkness Community Walks are made possible through the hard work and dedication of supporters like you.
If you are a business or community leader seeking to prevent suicide, AFSP wants to partner with you to save lives.