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To make change happen, it usually is prompted by those who have experienced what needs to be changed. Survivors of suicide loss have been behind the bulk of suicide prevention advocacy in the United States and all over the world. Read more here about you can get involved.


11/13/2013 at 1:26 PM
Jordan Noon Roan
hi there, I'm interested in becoming involved with the program but I'm currently living in Canada. helping stop suicide is one of my main priorities. losing loved ones to suicide breaks my heart. i do believe there is a way to stop the suicide rates from going up. listening and being there for one other can really make a huge difference. please feel free to get back to me if there is any way I can get involved. also, what degree do i have to go into to become a suicide advocate? i'm currently going to school to get my diploma and i'd appreciate it if I had a little more understanding of what courses i have to major in, thank you for your time. -Jordan noon roan.
08/16/2011 at 12:09 PM
Barbara Franks
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention www.afsp.org holds a National Survivors of Suicide Day, you can watch it in your home, invite friends or have a community event. It is free, you can watch last year's program to see if you want to involve others. /Barb
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