Suicide Prevention: Warning Signs Mini Guide

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Comments or thoughts about suicide – also known as suicidal ideation – can begin small like “I wish I wasn’t here” or “nothing matters.” But over time, they can become more explicit and dangerous.

Knowing the risk factors and warning signs can assist you in finding help for yourself, a loved one or a friend.

Warning Signs for Suicide: mini guide attached below to print or share.
September is Suicide Prevention month. See nami.org/suicideprevention for more info and resources.

suicideprevention-miniguide-warning.pdf


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