Intriguing Data- Suicide Rates by Occupational Group–17 States, 2012

When you are the “employee” and the “boss” daily work tasks can become a bit stressful! A recent study by the Center of Disease and Control found that farming, fishing and forestry occupations have a high suicide rate.  Read the article below to find out more information about the research.  Remember, when are tasked with being both roles […]

Why Spring is the Season of Hope

Why Spring Is the Season of Hope   Hope springs eternal. Spring and hope are intertwined in the mind, body, and soul. In spring, nature conspires with biology and psychology to spark the basic needs that underlie hope: attachment, mastery, survival, and spirituality. It is true that hope does not melt away in the summer; […]

Hope for the Holidays

    Hope For The Holidays For some people the “most wonderful time of the year” can feel like the worst. You might be grieving the recent loss of a loved one, spending the special days far from family and friends, stressed over money, and the list goes on. Although the holidays can be difficult, […]

How to talk to a child about a suicide attempt in the family

How to talk to a child about a suicide attempt in the family.

A Guide to Suicide Prevention at Home

If your family member is experiencing a mental health problem or life crisis, these simple steps can help protect your family and possible save a life. STORE FIREARMS OFFSITE Ask a trusted friend or family member to keep them temporarily until the situation improves. If you can’t store the firearms away from the home, store […]