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Suicidal Thoughts? Symptoms, Help and Prevention Tips
Suicidal Thoughts? Symptoms, Help and Prevention Tips
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Why Physicians Die by Suicide: Lessons Learned From Their Families and Others Who Cared
Why Physicians Die by Suicide: Lessons Learned From Their Families and Others Who Cared
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13 More Reasons Why: Mystery Teen Drama about Suicide Prompts Questions
The popular yet controversial new season of the Netflix show “13 Reasons Why” was released on May 18 prompting parents and mental health clinicians to ask themselves once again whether this is the best  forum for addressing teen suicide and other controversial themes.
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13 More Reasons Why
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A Message of Hope: The Time Is Now
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Suicide: Myths, Facts &
What You Can Do
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Suicide Prevention: What You Need to Know to Save a Life
Every forty seconds, someone in the world takes their own life. Approximately 105 Americans die by suicide every day. Suicide is a topic nobody wants to talk about; it seems scary and sad. Although it isn’t a pleasant subject, it’s important to know the warning signs. As we observe National Suicide Prevention Week, we encourage you to educate yourself so you are prepared to help a person in need. 
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Suicide Prevention: Educate Yourself & Save Lives
Suicide rarely occurs without warning. It is the final sad step in a life unnecessarily taken over by illness and despair. In fact, 90 percent of people who kill themselves have a diagnosable and treatable mental illness. In other words, suicide is very often preventable.
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Mental Illness & Substance Abuse in Veterans: Warning Signs & Resources
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Depression. Substance Abuse. Alcohol dependence. These are some of the disorders that many men and women who bravely serve in the military return home to face.
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Trusted Resources for Dealing with Suicide
 A completed suicide is always a tragedy no matter the age of the victim. A life cut short in such a manner is devastating and traumatic, hard to understand and frightening. Teen suicide, unfortunately, is not as rare as we sometimes think. Learn how to help your teen cope effectively with a peer's suicide.A completed suicide is always a tragedy no matter the age of the victim. A life cut short in such a manner is devastating and traumatic, hard to understand and frightening.
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Managing the Mentally Ill: Training for Law Enforcement
Silver Hill Hospital will host the Connecticut Alliance to Benefit Law Enforcement (CABLE) training for the sixth consecutive year in June. This year, law enforcement officers from Bridgeport, Darien, Greenwich, Norwalk and Stamford will participate.
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Suicide: Prevention by Raising Awareness
When we think of suicide, we think of the act itself: a one-time, isolated—and tragic—event. But suicide rarely occurs without warning. It is the final sad step in a life unnecessarily taken over by illness and despair. In fact, 90 percent of people who kill themselves have a diagnosable and treatable mental illness. In other words, suicide is very often preventable.
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