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Published on Jul 10, 2013
WEBCAST - JUNE 27, 2013
About 100 Americans die by suicide each day, more than double the average number of homicides.
8 million adults in the United States had serious thoughts of suicide within the past 12 months.
Fortunately, suicide is preventable. There is strong evidence that a comprehensive public health approach is effective in reducing suicide rates.
LEARN: More about the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention, available tools, resources, and the ultimate goal of eliminating the tragic experience of suicide.
HEAR FROM: Surgeon General VADM Regina Benjamin, M.D., M.B.A. Richard McKeon, Director, SAMHSA Suicide Prevention Branch Jerry Reed, Director, Suicide Prevention Resource Center Dan Reidenberg, Executive Director, Suicide Awareness Voices of Education
Panel: High-Risk groups--Veterans, American Indians, LGBTQ
For more information contact EveryonePlaysARole@samhsa.hhs.gov