Press Releases with tag "suicide"
Screening for Mental Health, Inc. Releases New Video on Youth Depression and Suicide Prevention
"Time to ACT" teaches young people about depression and offers vital intervention tools
Death: Organisation Run by Bureaucrats With Faulty I.T. Systems
Crazy Indie Author Declares War On Depression And Suicide through new humorous novel.
Always Smiling Through The Tears: New Book Drives Home Reality of Racism, Domestic Violence and Suicide
Based on his own experience of growing up in a broken home, Kenny reached the point where suicide felt like the only escape. In his compelling new book, Kenny shares his experiences and thoughts.
UAE Exchange Mission Zero Suicide Campaign Ends On A Successful Note
The six-month campaign, across the UAE, counselled thousands of distressed expatriates, branding the initiative a success. The message reached out to over 1,000,000 people.
AlphaDogs Post Brings Out The Color In Songs From The Farm
Shot on location with limited access to electricity color correction for the film presented distinct challenges in creating the desired look without having a negative impact on the storytelling
Grant Enables Bergen Community College and Care Plus NJ, Inc. to Initiate Student Suicide Prevention Program
SAMHSA awarded a 3-year grant to provide funds for Mental Health First Aid training for campus personnel and students, as well as to develop and implement educational seminars and produce informational materials to increase suicide awareness.
World Suicide Prevention Day Activities And Events Planned Across The Globe
Hundreds of organizations and groups across the globe have planned events and activities to mark World Suicide Prevention Day (September 10th).
Dream Of Things Releases Paperback Edition Of Leaving The Hall Light On: A Mother's Memoir Of Living With Her Son's Bipolar Disorder And Surviving His Suicide
"Leaving the Hall Light On" by Madeline Sharples is now available in a trade paperback edition from Dream of Things. Previously available only in hard cover, this moving memoir focuses on surviving every family's worst nightmare.
Valley Health Center Offers Free Services to Cope with Rising Suicide Rates
The Valley Health Center is opening its door to the community and offering free mental health services in response to the rising suicide rate in the area.
Author Uses Personal Experience to Write Book About Childhood Depression
Author Anne Tibbets, the Smashwords.com Best Selling author of YA Fantasy THE BEAST CALL, and co-author of MG time travel adventure THE AMULET CHRONICLES, BOOK ONE: THE JOURNEY HOME, releases new Young Adult contemporary about childhood depression.
Your Not Forgotten - A Gift for Our Troops And Their Families This Holiday Season
You might have noticed this holiday season that those who sacrificed their lives, to provide the freedom and security we cherish every day, were in many cases not news worthy topics or mentioned in our holiday shows.
Filmmakers Cassidy McMillan and Ray Buffer to Appear at The Valley Film Festival and BleedFest.
Antibullying Award Winning Documentary RATS & BULLIES will screen at Los Angeles’ Valley Film Festival, Sunday November 13 at 3:30P.M. BleedFest on November 18 in Burbank will also present this important movie.
: IASP and WHO Co-sponsor World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10th
The International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) and the World Health Organization are co-sponsoring World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10th.
The Adolph Coors Foundation Sparks A “FIRE” To Launch Youth Social Entrepreneurship Program
$500,000 awarded to Carson J Spencer Foundation to develop
youth social entrepreneurship program aimed at preventing suicide in Colorado high schools. This year there will be 10 schools partaking in the project, with a goal of 80 classrooms by 2015
The Premiere of Two Spirits Concludes PBS’ Independent Lens Series on Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Fred Martinez was a Navajo boy who was also a girl. In an earlier era, he would have been revered. Instead he was murdered.
IASP Holds Online Fan-Raising Weekend to Surpass 10,000 Facebook Fans
The International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) will hold an online Facebook Fan-Raising weekend on May 28th and 29th to help the Association reach and surpass 10,000 Facebook Fans. The organization now has over 8,300 fans.
Faded Lives, A New Fiction Novel By Edward T. Vaughan, Has Been Released.
What do you really know about your family? When Mark Stephens takes a week long trip to visit his elderly grandmother, Emily Goodman; he is confronted by the reality of his family's secret past.
Australian Victim Of A Paedophile Ring Speaks Out
Australian Stacey Danson was prostituted by her mother from the age of three and running on the streets by the age of eleven. She has just released her true story.
Success for Kids Releases Statement on the Recent Suicides Resulting from Bullying
Success for Kids believes that Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is an essential component of schools’ curriculum to improve student behavior.
IASP and WHO Co-sponsor World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10th
The International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) and the World Health Organization (WHO) are co-sponsoring World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10th.
Herschel Walker, University Behavioral Health of Denton Partner to Raise Awareness, Erase Stigma of Mental Health Disorders
Herschel Walker is leading a national public service campaign to erase the stigma associated with mental illness. Through his partnership with University Behavioral Health, he’ll be speaking out on mental health issues.
International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) to Hold Facebook Fan-raising Weekend
The IASP will hold a Facebook Fan-Raising weekend on August 28th and 29th to help increase awareness of suicide prevention locally and worldwide and to raise 5,000 fans in honor of the organization's 50th anniversary.
Soldier Suicide Rates Increasing Due to Moral Injury
Military leaders are working hard to reduce troop suicides, but the fact that the suicide rate has recently risen has them scrambling for answers. Could moral injury be a contributing factor?
International Association for Suicide Prevention to Hold Facebook Fan-raising Weekend
The IASP will hold the first-ever Facebook Fan-Raising weekend on March 13th and 14th to help increase awareness of suicide prevention locally and worldwide and to raise 50,000 fans in honour of the organization's 50th anniversary.
SubGenius Cult Predicts End Of The World In July 2010
The end of the world will take place on July 5, 2010, according to a mysterious "SubGenius" religious cult.