Suicidology is the scientific study of suicidal behavior, the causes of suicidality, suicide prevention, and other aspects within the field of suicide-focused research. In this resource library we aim to provide valuable and timely information related to suicidology and raise awareness on this important issue.
An Interview With Becky Stoll Of Centerstone: Innovations In Suicidality & Their Future Implications
The Ramp Up To 988ArticleAugust 1, 2022We’re on the eve of launching a national “988” number for suicide prevention. In July 2022, the National Suicide Prevention…
May Mental Health Awareness Month: An Interview With Christine Yu Moutier, MDInterviewMay 2, 2022May has been recognized and celebrated as Mental Health Awareness month within the United States since 1949. During the month…
Mental Health Crisis InfographicInfographicMay 19, 2022Download Infographic
Acadia Healthcare & The Jason Foundation Collaborate To Offer Suicide Prevention Services To Acadia Consumers
Blue Star Families Launches New Suicide Prevention Pilot Program Funded by the U.S. Department of Veterans AffairsArticleOctober 31, 2022
26% More U.S. Children Experienced Anxiety Or Depression During First Year Of COVID-19ArticleOctober 3, 2022
988: What’s the scoop? A Discussion With Experts In Suicide Prevention & Mental HealthOn-Demand WebinarSeptember 13, 2022
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