World Suicide Prevention Day

World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD), on 10 September, is organized by the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP). The International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) is dedicated to preventing suicide and suicidal behaviour, alleviating its effects, and providing a forum for academics, mental health professionals, crisis workers, volunteers and suicide survivors

Someone is willing to listen to you. Reach out for help today. Reach today if you’re struggling. People love and care about you.

Talking about suicide reduces the stigma and allows individuals to seek help, rethink their opinions and share their story with others. Please check out this list of numbers for contact in your part of the world.

If you’re ever worried that some one you know may be thinking about suicide it is important to get them talking. Listening to what they have to say and taking it seriously can be very helpful.

Let family or friends know what is going on for you. They may be able to offer support and help keep you safe. There’s no right or wrong way to talk about suicidal feelings. Starting the conversation is what’s important.

Signs and Symptoms of Suicide