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Suicide Risk Assessment System to Identify and Enable Treatment for At-Risk Students PHILADELPHIA – February 2, 2015 (PRWEB) February 02, 2015 -- ERT,
Researchers at the University of Alabama Birmingham have published a new study that shows how the use of “classic” psychedelic drugs, such as psilocybin (mushrooms), LSD, and mescaline, may be effective as a suicide prevention measure.
According to the FBI's annual Uniform Crime Index, suicides are on the rise post New Year's Day.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Issues Statement on Department of Defense Suicide Event Data Quality Assessment Report NEW YORK, Nov.
HOUSTON, Nov. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- At the invitation of Northern Ireland's leading counseling charity, Dr. C.
Social Security Disability and Medicare Advocates Sponsor a Booth to Support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and Promote Education About Suicide Risk Factors and Warning Signs
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's Out of the Darkness Annual Walk Cities Selected for 2015 NEW YORK, Oct.
Survivors of suicide loss often feel isolated, but did you know that worldwide, one-million people die by suicide every year? Countless family members and friends are left behind wondering, Why
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Statement on Latest CDC Report NEW YORK, Oct.
22 UNITED STATES VETERANS KILL THEMSELVES EVERY DAY NEW YORK, Oct.
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