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Suicide

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This resource page is part of two Online Courses
Suicide: Assessment, Treatment and Prevention
Suicide Assessment, Prevention, and Risk Management

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Online Resources

Resources for the Public: Suicide Prevention Organizations & Hotlines

End of Life & Assisted Suicide Debate

Mental Health Organization Guidelines Concerning Suicide

Fact Sheets & Useful Information

Additional Information- by Population

Suicide & Medication

Updates & Additional Resources

Updates

Forefront and Facebook launch suicide prevention effort (Feb. 2015)

On Memorial Day 2013, Military Suicides Continue to Rise

Pro-Suicide Websites

Whether it is in the news, on TV, or even in film, we are coming to face the true dangers of the Internet when it comes to suicide. Those who want others to urge them on via pro-suicide chat, those who want fool-proof methods for killing themselves, and even those who want to get away with murder and make it appear like suicide are all enabled by Pro-Suicide Websites.

In an age of economic downfall and the disintegration of nuclear and extended family, it is a challenge for even the healthiest of us to keep our heads up and remain hopeful. For those experiencing additional physical, emotional, psychological, legal, or financial issues, suicide seems to float in with the promise of relief. And, with others out there promoting it as a solution, suicide has lost the taboo with inhibited action for centuries. Review such an article with one such perspective.

References for Clinicians

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