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"988" suicide and crisis lifeline to launch nationwide

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

"988" suicide and crisis lifeline to launch nationwide

"The country's first nationwide three digit mental health crisis hotline goes live Saturday The number is designed to be easy to remember 9 8 8 Instead of sending police firefighters or paramedics when you call 9-1-1 9 8 8 connects to train mental health counselors The federal government has provided over $280 million to help states get this off the ground The 9 8 8 system will build on the national suicide prevention lifeline and existing network of over 200 crisis centers nationwide Doctor Brian Hepburn with the national association of state mental health program directors says 9 8 8 will not be like the flick of a switch

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"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on WTOP

"In the nation, talking about the 9 8 8 suicide in crisis lifeline launching Saturday, something pretty revolutionary as ten digit dialing becomes three digit dialing for people in crisis. He says connecting easily is more important than ever. Last month compared to last June, the lifeline talked with 50,000 more people than before via chats, tech, and phone calls, Christy king WTO P news. 9 8 8 launches Saturday until then the national suicide prevention lifeline can be reached at 802 7 three 82 55. A new federal government response to the Supreme Court striking down roe V wade, the Justice Department has announced the creation of a new reproductive rights task force aimed at protecting abortion access and enforcing federal laws on reproductive rights in the wake of the high court's decision, organizers say it will monitor state and local laws that may infringe on federal protections for reproductive care. A judge in Louisiana has temporarily halted enforcement of a ban against abortions in the state. The order holds enforcement while lawyers for a north Louisiana clinic and other supporters of abortion rights pursue a lawsuit challenging the legislation. A hearing on the matter has been set for next Monday, the suit originated in New Orleans where a judge issued a temporary order blocking enforcement on June 27th, just three days after the Supreme Court overturned its 1973 roe V wade ruling. But a second New Orleans judge sent the case to Baton Rouge on Friday, saying state law required that he heard in the capitol. Louisiana's law includes trigger language that made it effective when the Supreme Court reversed abortion rights

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"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:48 min | 8 months ago

"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on WTOP

"Same day service 7 days a week 1121 now just outside of Denver police are piecing together a deadly mystery 5 people were found dead yesterday in an apartment in Commerce City Colorado the police chief Clint Nichols says there were no signs of foul play or trauma or no hazardous gases There were some substances that could be described as illicit narcotics but for me to speculate on that would be improper Though substances are being tested another adult and an infant in the place are hospitalized the adult has been talking with police Steve kathan CBS News A fairfax county police recruit has died A few hours after his wife Now the police chief in fairfax has ordered an internal investigation into whether they should have done more Fairfax county police were called Saturday night to a home in Mount Vernon a woman the wife of a police recruit had apparently shot herself officers also saw other guns in the home Several hours later the recruit called 9-1-1 and asked officers to return they found the recruit had apparently shot and killed himself Police chief Kevin Davis has ordered an internal investigation into how responding officers handled the situation and whether the gun should have been removed under Virginia's red flag law Fairfax county police were expected to provide more information later today If you or someone you know needs help please call the national suicide prevention lifeline at 802 7 three 8 two 5 5 D.C. residents who don't think much of the Washington commanders team name apparently a Washington Post poll finds nearly half of D.C. residents surveyed have a negative view of the name with 32% disliking it 17% saying they hate it Four out of ten residents are positive about the name but their feelings toward the change are soft only 5% claim to love the commanders The margin of error in the poll of more than 900 D.C. residents is plus or minus four points Magician Chris Michael kicks off a yearlong residency tonight in the district he'll be performing Monday and Tuesday nights at the Graham hotel in Georgetown There's going to be everything from levitations to looking someone in the eyes and telling them one of their deepest memories they've never shared with anybody to making whatever favorite cocktail appear in the hand of somebody VCU alum Chris Michael has performed corporate magic shows for Amazon Kaiser permanente Lockheed Martin SpaceX and Georgetown university His new residency at the Graham hotel in Georgetown is a 75 minute show called affinity combining magic comedy and mentalism We wanted to blow people's minds with what weird coincidences in their lives They have with other people In a way that's almost too serendipitous.

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"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 8 months ago

"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I just lost my dad and I can't stop crying That's so hard to hear Yeah and dire and there's bipartisan interest in doing in addressing this in Paris reach two Chatterjee thank you And if you or someone you know may be considering suicide contact the national suicide prevention lifeline one 802 7 three 8 two 5 5 In Honduras today the man who was president until just a few weeks ago will now face a federal judge The United States has asked that former president Juan Orlando Hernandez be extradited to stand trial on drug trafficking and weapons charges It's quite the fall from grace for the longtime ally of the U.S. and PR's carry con reports As the man who ran the country for the past 8 years was escorted out of his home police officers lowered a bulletproof vest over his head all broadcast on live TV The chain slapped on his wrists and ankles in the style of an international criminal announced this TV anchor Honduran security minister Ramon saville told a reporters in Iraq as press conference that the arrest went off without incident It was a success and historic event he said sabayon had actually been fired by Hernandez in 2014 after making some high profile arrests of drug traffickers as head of the national police sabayon said Hernandez conspired with cartels causing great social harm to Honduras and its justice system A U.S. Department of Justice official told NPR there was no comment regarding the case at this time However evidence had been mounting in recent years about Hernandez's involvement with international traffickers in U.S. federal court proceedings including last year's case against his brother Tony Orlando the former president was described as a co-conspirator Tony Hernandez was sentenced to life in a U.S. prison ex-president Hernandez has long said he's innocent and testimony against him was coerced by prosecutors.

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"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on Outside Podcast

Outside Podcast

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on Outside Podcast

"This episode was produced by patio O'Connell and edited by me. Michael Roberts. Music by Louis weeks. The national suicide prevention lifeline is a hotline for individuals in crisis, or for those looking to help someone else who is. To speak with a certified listener, call one 802 7 three 8 two 5 5 or go to suicide prevention lifeline dot org to chat with a counselor. It's free, confidential, and available 24 hours a day every day. To learn more about the bead the boat foundation, visit B the boat dot org. And you can follow lollipops running in fundraising on Instagram. He's at Lawler underscore and underscore co. Co is COE. This episode was brought to you by hydro flask. Maker of beautifully designed, insulated bottles cups and coolers, and a company that believes that every adventure starts with two simple words. Let's go. Shop hydro flask products for yourself, or the outdoor lovers on your holiday list. This season, at hydroflask dot com. The outside podcast is made possible by the support of our outside plus members. If you're not a member yet, now is a great time to join as we're offering the best deals of the year. And we keep adding amazing benefits. Learn more at outside online dot com slash pod plus. That's BOD, PL, U.S...

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"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on Hope Discovered

Hope Discovered

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on Hope Discovered

"Not recognizing that they may have tried other problem solving behaviors. They may have reached out to others. And unfortunately, the others didn't hear what they were saying because it might have been too vague. And the fact that somebody is going against human nature to take their own life, that is probably in my opinion, one of the hardest things to do. Sure. I would agree 100% with that. Yeah, my answer and here again I'm not an expert. A number of years ago, there was a young lady that I knew who died by suicide. And I heard those remarks. And it's very easy to maybe out of fear, dismiss the fact that you could be in that situation as you talked about that ten minute window. We've all had a crisis at one time or another. We've gotten a phone call about an accident in our family or something horrible has happened. And maybe we say things or we break something in that moment in that window, you're not yourself. And we just have to have some empathy for people who have gone down that road. Very much so. Yes, okay. My understanding is that we use the phrase died by suicide, as opposed to commit suicide because the word commit is often associated with some sort of a crime. I committed grand larceny. I committed a felony and so on. Is that something that you two would like to have some input on? Very much so. The center for disease control in collaboration with the World Health Organization is working on some uniform definitions of suicide, so that researchers, clinicians, the general public, all use the same language. And certain phrases like committing suicide. It emphasizes the end result. And like you said, even the word choice like committed suicide has that legal connotation, which unfortunately, there are some legal complications if someone dies by suicide. Insurance policies are not paid out to the bereaved. So being mindful of what you say and how you say it and how some of those ripple effects can contribute to someone's thoughts can contribute to the negativity can contribute to the stigma. Yes. Kylie, do you have any input on that that you would like to share? I think he did a great job explaining why. That's the truth. That language leads to the assumption, too, that someone is completing something or this is a goal. We're striving for when in reality, this is just a devastating tragedy and using the word died by suicide is the best way to address that tragedy. Very good. Kylie, I'll stay with you on this. We talked about the national suicide prevention number, and we can certainly give that number again. How can people reach out for help? What resources are available? There's a lot of great resources available. I'll start with us. Obviously, at conquest services here, we have a variety of services to help people. You can call three three zero four 5 5 zero three 7 four. You already discussed the national suicide prevention lifeline, which again is 800, two 7 three 8 two 5 5. There's the crisis text line. You can either text home or hello to 7 four one 7 four one. We have our mobile crisis services and Coleman CSU. And you can reach that at three three zero, four or 5 two, 6000, which is a 24 7 hotline. There's the veterans crisis line, which is 800 two 7 three 8 two 5 5 and then you press one. And also the Trevor project, which is one 8 6 6 four 8 8 7 three 8 6. What exactly is the Trevor project? I hear that mentioned quite often. The Trevor project is a national hotline. This specific number for the LGBTQ+ community and for people that identify as trans non binary. Anyone that falls into that community, this is a support hotline for that community. Oh, that's fantastic. I did not know that I'm so glad I asked for that. Do you have any obviously Kylie's answer was very extensive? Do you have any suggestions maybe about how to reach out with someone you know? A friend or family? Is that something that is an option? Most definitely. There's hopefully somebody always available. If it's not someone that you know personally, that's where the hotlines come in. For those listeners who are outside of stark county by calling the national suicide prevention lifeline, it will link them to the local 24 7 crisis center in their area. So Kylie referenced the crisis center here that's run by Coleman. That's one of multiple 24 7 hotline services available throughout the nation. Great. Great information. As I said at the top of the program, we often end with a message of hope. And here at conquest, our slogan, I guess, for lack of a better term is hope happens here. I'll start with Greg. What message of hope for the future? We've had suicide as a major problem in start counting over the past couple of years. What message of hope would you have for the community and people listening to this program? That there's always help available. Whether it's a friend, a loved one, or a professional. There's always someone available. 24 7. Reach out, we are here for you. We will help you. Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem, and whatever the problem or problems you are experiencing, somebody can help. Yes. Well said, and I love that phrase. A permanent solution to a temporary problem. Kylie. I would just say, you are not alone. And to piggyback off Greg, there is help. There is hope. Educate yourself, especially if you want to help others and just be kind. Be kind, I'll tell you, in our society today, which the division, the political wrangling, the bubbles that everyone is in the hostility that's out there. That's a personal thing of mine. You're hassling a young clerk in a store. And no matter what your feelings is about masks or vaccines and these other things, that person may be, that's all they get all day long. It would be just the opposite. The extra nice to them. Offer them a can of pop that pop machines right there. Can I get you something to drink? That can make the biggest difference in someone's life..

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"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"More. That's interesting a little p. s. a. Start dialing all ten digits in the phone number for a long time even on your cell phone some of us. Not all of us. I know in some areas. You have to dial ten now right. Do you have to attend. This is not a change for you. But i live in the countryside and i could dial seven digits if i'm calling a local number now i'm gonna have to dial the full ten digit including the area code starting. Well it's there's a transition they say become the. Fcc says become accustomed to ten digit dialing. Now if you forget dial seven digits. It'll still work but become accustomed. Starting october twenty fourth couple months from now you'll see you'll have to dial ten digits for local calls if it's style was seven digits. You'll get a recording. That'll say leap. This call cannot be completed as dialed. And then you'll have to hang up. Dial again using the area code. This is actually for a good thing. A good reason but i just thought i'd warn you if you if you so you understand what's going on. Almost every state has area code. They're affected here. I think that these are the states where you could dial seven. I think for many places you you've had it out for a while that right. It's because they wanna have a three. Digit code is completely A good idea just a little trigger warning here. We're talk about something that can be upsetting and even dangerous for people but they want to have a number right now. The number for the national suicide prevention lifeline is an eight hundred number eight hundred two seven three eight two five nice people really there to help but they wanna make it even easier and so they want nine eight eight nine eight nine one one for emergencies. Nine eight eight for the national suicide prevention lifeline. It will also be for the veterans crisis. Line and i think this is good mental health crisis counselors will be on on standing by but in order to do that we have to change. How the phone system works because it means i guess nine eight eight now you. Maybe there's maybe there's Parts of the country were nine. Eight hundred is part of a phone number. I'm not sure this will apply to all telecommunications carriers. All voice over internet protocol service providers. This is a two year transition but the transitions about to transit..

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"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on The Faithful Fangirl

The Faithful Fangirl

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on The Faithful Fangirl

"I am so excited. Because a few months ago i decided that i wanted to record an episode about prayer with her and release it on her birthday and it is here so we actually recorded this episode a few months ago kind of spontaneously and had a discussion about prayer and fasting and what it means for the both of us so i do want to say near the end of our discussion. Know we start to pray snaps it about prayer and as we're praying it's put on lorries heart to pray for a sensitive topic so i wanna take a moment here the beginning of the episode to just warn that we do pray for someone who is suicidal in staying true to the values of my show. I have kept that part of our prayer and i couldn't in good conscience. Cut it out because to me. It showcases the power of god. This was always planned to be released on today august thirteenth and we recorded it like i said spur of the moment back on may first so i also wanna say if you or someone you know is struggling. Please reach out to the national suicide prevention lifeline. At eight hundred two seven three eight two five five. And i will have that number in the show notes for this episode. Thank you all for your patience. I didn't feel like i could just start the episode without acknowledging what happens near the end so all of that said. Here's a conversation with the council prayer and fasting. So i am sitting here with a member of my council lori makes who we very affectionately not wanna say it that way because it there's more to it than that you are prayer warrior and that is what we call you so my first question is what does that mean first off. I think god uses us in places where we have to need him. One of the things that i hated doing was praying in front of people. And i'm not comfortable doing.

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"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

Consider This from NPR

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

"Also in maryland. A law aimed at supporting resident experiencing a mental health crisis. Goes into effect today. The thomas bloom. Raskin act is named after congressman. Jamie raskin son who took his own life earlier this year. Wmu's maryland reporter dominique. Marie of an esi spoke with. Liz aparicio a professor of behavioral and community health with the university of maryland school of public health. It's glenn to expand that states to learn one crisis call center so that trained counselors will periodically check in with people who've pre registered to receive calls rather than waiting for that person who's struggling in the moment themselves to reach out while they're increases and hopefully this will lead to earlier intervention and referral to mental health treatment. And other supports congressman. Jimmy raskin has been very vocal about the issue of suicide What does it mean to have. An elected official talks candidly about it. I have been really proud of representative raskin for using his platform in the way that he has to raise awareness about suicide prevention and really to model how his family is handling the aftermath of his son's death by suicide earlier this year. It is just so important to be able to speak openly about suicide just as we would with any other public health issue so it can be addressed directly without judgment or shame as a preventable health issue. I think another thing that we see with the raskin family experiences. That suicide doesn't discriminate. You know there are multiple reasons why people become suicidal and die by suicide so it really lifts sat veil and shows the range of folks who can be affected and families that can be affected by suicide. Do you think those calls will continue to increase coming out of this pandemic as we try to get back to some semblance of prepaid endemic life. I think that they will. And i think we may actually see an uptick in calls as people are going through this next transition so anytime that there's a major change in our lives. There's an adjustment that has to happen to that. So even if it's something that's exciting. Perhaps like kids going back to school were returning to the workplace or being able to see friends again. Those are still changes that we have to adjust to and so we really need to Give ourselves that time and space for those adjustments and not to give ourselves a hard time. If we're not super happy all the time we want to know that the range of reactions that we may be having is normal though. I won't be surprised if thing's increased for a while they get more intense as we're coming out of the pin oven and then just finally. I wonder you know people hearing this. You know maybe going through struggles of their own. Do you have any advice for those struggling with mental health currently either from the pandemic or as they are getting back to some semblance of normalcy. There's just never been a more important time to recognize that really. It's okay to be okay. It's understandable on. This is the time to reach out and take care of one. Another to support one another's mental health as well as get support for ourselves really going to need to work on building and continuing to strengthen our social support structures so that we are not struggling through these times alone that was w used dominique array of an se interviewing liz aparicio an assistant professor of behavioral and community health with university of maryland school of public health. And if you or someone you know is thinking about suicide. The number for the national suicide prevention lifeline is eight hundred two seven three eight two five five. Thanks for joining us for. Consider this from npr. Listen again next. Time as we'll make sense of the major stories happening in the washington region and elsewhere in your world. I'm jonathan wilson..

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Race, title and anguish: Meghan and Harry explain royal rift

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Race, title and anguish: Meghan and Harry explain royal rift

"I'm Julie Walker race title in anguish Meghan and Harry explained the royal rift in their first wide ranging interview with Oprah Winfrey which aired Sunday on CBS Hey Megan described painful palace discussions about the color of their son's skin concerns in conversations about how dark his skin might be when he's born it was Oakridge ours but shocks losing world protection and the intense pressures that lead Megan to contemplate suicide I just didn't want to be alive anymore Harry told Oprah he felt trapped by royal life and was surprised he was cut off financially and left for a simple reason Marcus pool a lack of understanding interview courtesy of Harpo productions CBS if you have suicidal thoughts reach out to the national suicide prevention lifeline eight hundred two seven three eight two five five I'm Julie Walker

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"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on Z104

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"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on Z104

"Yeah, I could do this. You go Karen by simply understanding and updating what her insurance covers and doesn't cover. Now she'll be better prepared no matter when disaster strikes, learn other simple ways to protect your home and family before a natural disaster at ready dot gov. That's ready dot gov. A message from FEMA and the Ad council. Suicide is not inevitable for anyone if you or someone you care about is feeling hopeless, displaying extreme mood swings, increasing the use of alcohol or drugs or isolating from others, you or your loved 1 may be showing morning signs of suicide, but help is available, called the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 18002738255 for support. The lifeline is available. 24 7 across the United States and this free and confidential greatest albums of all time. Tracy Chapman, Tracy Chapman. Released in April. 1988 Tracy Chapman is the artist's self titled debut. She was discovered by a fellow student at her university whose father happened to own a successful publishing company. Many producers turned her down for this album simply because they didn't favor her musical direction. Then the less it received widespread critical acclaim for her vocals and lyrical content. It also topped the charts in many of the countries in which was released. Here we go back to the hits on C 104 the number one hit music station to me to be beaten.

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Possible virus exposure for lawmakers sheltering during riot

AP News Radio

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Possible virus exposure for lawmakers sheltering during riot

"Another death of a capitol police officer was announced by officials on Sunday as lawmakers continue to demand a full accounting of exactly what went wrong the day a mop of trump supporters stormed the building fifty one year old officer Howard leaving goods death Saturday was an apparent suicide according to two people familiar with the matter he'd been with the department fifteen years and was the son of a former Senate sergeant at arms a capitol police officer hit in the head with a fire extinguisher died along with the writer who was shot by police and three others who suffered medical emergencies lawmakers want to know why police were underprepared democratic representative Alexandria Ocasio Cortez chief of the DC capitol police lied to house the ministration chairwoman so laugh grand about the preparations of what happened Republican representative Allen can singer I think we were very close to actually having members of Congress killed they made the remarks on ABC's this week I'm Julie Walker if you or a loved one are struggling with suicidal thoughts please reach out to the national suicide prevention lifeline at one eight hundred two seven three talk one eight hundred two seven three eight two five five

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"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The national suicide Prevention lifeline can be reached 24 hours a day at 800. 273 talk. And his Florida surpassed one million covert cases. A South Florida city is beginning what it's calling a race to trace. Realizing their importance to the local economy, Miami Beach hotels, restaurants and cultural venues now have access to a dedicated strike team of experience. Miami Dade Health Department contact tracers. They're going to try to give them some sense of what their obligations are and what they should be doing is the best practice so that when when they hear about something, they're not shocked, Or maybe they know who to call and get some advice very quickly. Dan Gilbert says The city is also preparing to roll out a voluntary pledge to protect initiative allowing businesses to show them We're following coronavirus. Best practices. Aircraft rig s news radio 6 10 w y o d 6 34 Recent arrest in Broward should make what the sheriff calls a significant impact on gang violence. Sheriff Gregory Tony announced the results of Operation Green Shield, which ran for three weeks until the middle of November, announcing the arrest of 22 gang members, the seizure of seven stolen guns as well as heroin, cocaine, crack and fentanyl. Tony says all of Broward County is safer with violent criminals, drugs and guns Getting off the streets. Bad news is you didn't win the mega Millions jackpot last night. No one did. But the good news is, you'll have another chance Friday to strike it Rich with an estimated jackpot of $244 million. That puts the cash option at a whopping $187.6 million. There's also a big Powerball drawing coming up tonight with $231 Million on the line. More news at seven and 6 35 I'm Natalie Rodriguez News radio 6 10 W Y. O D In a country where the color of your skin still dictates the care you receive, nearly.

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"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"People actually dying by suicide is having access to legal means. And so when an individual you know has a way to actually, you know, move forward with the thought that they're experiencing, that could be a really dangerous situation. But you know suicide of individual for different people. And so it's really about kind of feeling overwhelmed and feeling like they can't connect to anybody. T get the help or toe really understand the situation that they're going through. A lot of times when suicide becomes a big national topic, it's because a public figure or celebrity takes their own life. Do you find that's a moment when it could really help bring awareness to the issue? Or can it also be a time when it could tragically drive someone to attempt to take their own life? Almost put them over the edge? Yeah, that's a really good question. And I think what we've we've seen both of those things happened at time. Certainly when we've seen, you know, Perhaps there really is a celebrity or another public figure dying by suicide, especially most recently, you know, the media has been really good about sharing our number and talking about resource is and how people can get help. And, and that's ideal. When we see that you know the media is is really trying to connect people toe hope and tio ways to cope that that's really helpful. And and we've seen that most recently with With some of the celebrities that have unfortunately taken their life. However, we have to be really careful because sometimes when their situations that you know, are working at a celebrity or anybody who's died by suicide, they might focus on more about the negative aspects of that situation, and certainly there are many negative access. And when we leave it just there without really trying to connect people to re sources or trying TTO give examples of people who have made it through these difficult situation. That's when you might see an increase in suicide after a very public event. Oh, it's really important to not only you no report on the event, but to then help to go to the next step, which is if a person themselves is feeling this way. How can they get through it? And what are some other examples of people who have experienced these thoughts and gotten through it? I was reading before this interview that one thing that seems to be helpful in preventing suicide is actually something quite simple Messages of hope. Why is that? Yeah. You really got that correct there, Ryan that goes back to that statistic that I mentioned that for every person that died by suicide. 280 people think about suicide. But go on to live and those messages that are really important to also share within our society. You know, if if, for example, you start to think that you're coming down with a cold, you know you're You're starting tohave, You know, itchy eyes and a tickle in your throat. You recognize the symptoms? You might start saying to yourself, OK, wait. I'm gonna take some vitamin C. I'm gonna get some extra rest. I'm gonna eat some chicken soup. I'm going to do these different things to take care of myself, But people don't always recognize that when it comes to how they're feeling emotionally. And so when we start to share their stories of hope and recovery, it helps people to recognize you know when they might be coming, beginning to a vulnerable place themselves and what they might be able to do to help themselves to feel better in that place and to get out of it. And so sharing those stories of hope research has shown us that they can be very helpful and reducing Suicides and communities where people are really getting some information on how they can take care of himself. I'm joined here on I had radio by Sherry Sin Well ski vice president of national networks and vibrant emotional health and deputy director of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline..

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"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"High School football will be played in 40 states this fall, but not in Colorado on Ko is Logan and Lewis Show Colorado High School Activities Association Board member Ryan West offered this explanation. And I know that there are certain leagues out there that are 100% onboard with coming back and playing football right now. There are also leaked out there that are 100% not onboard. Coming back and playing football right now. Always. Dave Logan noted that several leagues in the metro area said they would be ready to play this fall. But West says chassis decisions have to be made with the entire state in mind. For the second week in a row. Initial claims for unemployment in Colorado We're under 6000 more than 5900 regular claims were filed and more than 2200 people applied for pandemic assistance. Last week, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment says it has prevented a lot of fraud and claims for pandemic unemployment assistance. It has 18 fraud prevention triggers that have prevented an estimated 750 million to a billion dollars in fraudulent unemployment payments. Thursday was World suicide prevention Day. On average, Colorado loses someone to suicide every seven hours. Suicide causes heartbreak and loss and communities across our nation and world. It is essential that all Americans have access to lifesaving services when they're facing a metal health crisis. Colorado Senator Cory Gardner is urging the House to pass the National Suicide Hotline Designation Act, which would establish 988 as the national suicide prevention and mental Health crisis hotline. The Senate unanimously passed the measure in May. The Colorado Department of Transportation and the Colorado State Patrol, joining with local law enforcement agency statewide for the fall Fest Do enforcement period.

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"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"About Stamkos are pointless. Do you get to make that determination as a coach like, Isn't there a natural curiosity when you're It's It's a natural curiosity. This is something I've battled with How much to care because because the team is winning like they're like we're not. Not necessarily missing him when it comes to wins and losses, right like we're winning when we need to win through this playoff run without him, So one of the interesting things that I was reading about last night was whether or not his name will be on the cup. Have you heard anything about that? No, I'm sure somebody that knows much more about hockey could clue us in. But you have to meet specific parameters for how many games you played in the regular season. And then if you didn't play enough in the regular season, you have to have played at least one game in the Stanley. Cup final. So there were people at least, least pontificating about the fact that he might not be on the cup. So many theories out there. I read last night that he He left the bubble but stayed in Toronto so he could get his rehab and he's in quarantine right now, so that he will be able to rejoin the team again in that mountain in the new bubble, so I don't know that it's kind of one of those things. Where when nobody tells you What's really going on? I think you've got a lot of voices saying a lot of different things and somewhere in there is the truth. Rampant. Speculation abounds, and I don't think that anyone from the media or fan wise could be faulted for that, however. The important part is this team down Stamp coast last night? And then down Brayden point during the game in Kal Orange for a period of swell. So Lauren, who didn't exactly make the smartest move with that cheap shot, we were, we had no reason to win that game and ah and and the Tampa Bay Lightning did indeed. Win that game and now find themselves up to nothing on the Islanders, you know, and I know people want to know. And I think it's because the team aspect in hockey maybe Mohr, you know Evident than in other sports like I think, being there with your team, and the connection those guys have is special, and fans appreciate it. But from a fan's perspective isn't there's something even greater about doing it? Against all odds and with you know, some utility players and without the biggest names that many people perceived were the were the men that we're going to take us There? There are on. I saw John Romano from the Tampa Bay Times right up today, and that was that. This was a one of the gutsiest victories that the Tampa Bay Lightning I've ever pulled off, especially in the playoffs, and there is something to being outmanned. Down your your number one hustler and Ah, playoffs, start breaking point and still finding a way to win that game with less than fewer than 10 seconds left. And regulation. You've got to feel great about that. And then we get the NFL back tonight. Ah, with the chief's taking on the Texans, something that is happening or rather not happening at Arrowhead Stadium will be the subject of today's It's okay. It's not okay and that comes along at five o'clock every single day. We're going to break early because we have to make way for a big time superstar Celebrity guest. Who joins us from time to time when there is a charity event to promote I I have a void in my life because of you. The restrictions from Cove. It That I haven't been able to do charity events and it Don't say it leaves me unfulfilled because I try to leave live a fulfilled life, Regardless, But there are things that I get a lot of enjoyment and a sense of purpose out of that. I've not been able to do And that sucks. Well, I think Titus is going to fill you up today. Today is also World Suicide prevention Day. And just a reminder. You did not commit suicide yesterday. And you should not commit suicide today. And I would also really appreciate it if you would not commit suicide tomorrow. It's been called a permanent solution to temporary problems, and there are resource is available to you. We talk I think, and we talk about mental health quite a bit on this show and how important it is. And if you if you need someone and unbiased person to talk to you can reach out to us, even though we're not licensed mental health professionals. If you're in Tampa, you can call to 11 for the crisis center of Tampa Bay. Or you go 802 738255 for the National Suicide Prevention hotline. If you need a lifeline, and then we talked yesterday about how important it is after the suicide that was live streamed by Ronnie McNutt, a 33 year old army veteran. How important it is to check up on the people in your life that you think might need a little checking up on. Ah, very important to do so. Today is a real good day to do that. And let's take a moment. How in the world Is Titus O'Neil managing to do a charity for the Boys and Girls Club of Tampa Bay. And and how did he roped me into working a fast food shift? For my first time in a long time. This Monday, you'll find out next under grab alive. Drew grovel. Live on 102.5.

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Suicidal thoughts in US adults nearly doubled in June, CDC says

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Suicidal thoughts in US adults nearly doubled in June, CDC says

"Center for Disease Control says young adults appear to have been hit the hardest with 1/4 of 18 to 24 year old saying they've considered suicide during it. The anonymous online survey of close to 5500 people done in late June. Noted a spike in anxiety and substance abuse is well. More than half of the people taking. The survey identified themselves as essential workers. Remember if you or a loved one is having suicidal thoughts called the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1 802

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VA inspector general exposes breakdown at Washington DC hospital that preceded veteran’s suicide

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

VA inspector general exposes breakdown at Washington DC hospital that preceded veteran’s suicide

"Last year of veteran who was in pain and out of medication went to the veteran's affairs flagship Hospital in D. C for help. He was then kicked out and then ended up shooting himself to death. About a week later, Ah VA Inspector General's report out tonight shows poor communication and bad judgment by emergency room staff and mental health professionals. In this case, at one point, the emergency departments of attending doctor is quoted as shouting The patient can go shoot themself. I don't care. The physician called a hospital police to remove the veteran and said he was malingering and ranting. Neither the patient nor the doctor are named in the report. Although we have learned the doctors affiliated with George Washington University and had a history of verbal misconduct. About 20 veterans a day. Take their lives for help. You can call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Its 802 738255

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"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on Anything But Idle

Anything But Idle

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on Anything But Idle

"Two, five five, and that gives people the ability to reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, and so if you know anyone who is in any way, shape, or form at risk, or if you are, I would jot that number down and paste it prominently. Where could be available to folks and Share this widely so that? That ten digit number is currently active, and people can currently use that and you now. In Twenty, twenty, two July, twenty, twenty two will be able to just dial nine eight, but until then it's just really important for us all to recognize the importance of mental health, and that people are suffering and especially in the space where we sometimes are height, more highly critical of ourselves so just be aware that it exists and and it's good that that the FCC has started to push this forward on the include all communications character. Carriers and voiceover Ip service providers such a really good step as well. Hopefully, they'll bring. You? Know our CS or text, chat or online chat as well. I believe that the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline does have an online chat but finding it is a whole nother. Ballgame so the the the changes. Good I. Just think that we need more and faster. All right next is some news out of Edison Edison is the email application company? They built the Edison male APP and they have done a really great job with it, and now they have introduced a new service. This is actually a bit old, but I only recently came in touch with the news, and so we're putting it on anything but idle because of that but they in essence are introducing. Introducing a new permission based email service we talked about hey of weeks ago and some of the controversy around. Hey, and their conflict with apple's APP store on male is the permission based email service that is coming out by Edison. And so what that means is that they are building a new e mail service, so think g mail, or I cloud male, or any other of those mail services Yahoo. Hotmail you got you name it? or live I. Guess is the most recent. Of Hotmail! But the idea here. Is that they?.

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The Latest: Suicide help line calls up 20% in Mississippi

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

The Latest: Suicide help line calls up 20% in Mississippi

"At least one governor says the corona virus pandemic is taking a toll on mental health along with physical health Mississippi governor Tate Reeves says there is fear there is pain and there is anxiety in this country his health department is reporting calls to the national suicide prevention lifeline from Mississippi have increased twenty percent since the start of the pandemic officials say mental health challenges can arise when there are changes in eating or sleeping patterns losing a job and anxiety about health or the health of loved ones they say the problems can be intensified by increased alcohol or drug use which is common during this type of national disaster I'm Jackie Quinn

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"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

The Addicted Mind Podcast

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

"Everyone welcome to welcome the to addicted. the Mind addicted. Mind podcast podcast my guest. my Today guest. Today is is Robert Robert Imbo Imbo and he and is he going is to going to talk about talk about his book his book before before I leave. You I leave. You Robert. Robert. You WanNA introduce You yourself. WanNA introduce yourself. Sure Sure the Iron Robin the Iron Robin A writer up A writer in up Ottawa in Canada Ottawa Canada and and To to share To my to story share my story and I and guess I could I just guess jump I could right just into jump it. right into it. Yeah Yeah Yeah A Yeah in A early in stages early stages of of building building a a tech company. tech What's company. now become What's now a become fairly a large fairly company? large company? The memory The of memory being of being raped as raped an eight year old as boy an eight year old boy resurfaces resurfaces and send and send blindsides blindsides me me and I don't know and I don't know how to how react to says react you could says imagine you could imagine and and I respond I respond by leaving by my leaving life my and life and turning to drugs turning and alcohol to drugs and alcohol for the better for part the better of part five of years five years and decided and to decided end my life to end my through life that through so think that so think leaving Las leaving Vegas Las Vegas and and and that's very and much that's very much was very was deliberate very deliberate in in many in ways in many ways and and I've had a I've number had of a rock number bottoms of rock bottoms have a few have epiphanies a few epiphanies and and just sort of just chain sort of chain of suicide of attempts suicide that attempts I luckily that I I luckily failed at I failed at and and I turned it I around. turned it I around. just sort I of claw just sort my of claw my my way back my way to back to a place where a I place am now where I am which now is which is just filled just with abundant filled with joy. abundant I'm just joy. living I'm just very living very very happy. very Life happy. I Life I forget I usually forget turn I usually to start turn to off start the wage off the because wage sometimes because sometimes what I what what I say I what is I kind say of triggering is kind of triggering because they do because they end do up in a end really up good in a place. really good So place. So it's important it's to remember important that to remember that I think that's so I think important that's so as important a two as a two is just a is just a that that it. It does it. have It a does good have a good a good ending. a good ending. Even though it's Even it's though it's it's it sounds it like sounds like a painful a journey. painful journey. Yeah yeah Yeah very yeah very very dark very times dark times Indeed Indeed and and but but there there's there a story there's their a story hands their hands When When you can get into you how can get into how how I wrote how it but I wrote it but The store The I store I felt felt I was encouraged I was to encouraged share because to share because it could it add could has add helped has people helped which people I'm very which proud I'm very of proud of than. than. Yeah that's Yeah why that's I'm here talking why I'm to here you talking to you right now. right I appreciate now. I appreciate you coming on you coming and on sharing and this sharing because this because I don't I think don't you think you are are alone alone in in in your story in your story and in some and of in this. some What of this. goes What on in goes people on so in people so I think when people I think when people can listen can or listen who or someone. Who's who gone someone. through Who's gone this? through this? Your story Your yeah story it can yeah be. It can it can be helpful be. It can be to helpful know. You're not to know. alone You're not so alone so I had a couple I of had questions a couple of questions as we get as started we get started and we kind and of we kind build of your build story your up. story up. Tell me Tell a little me bit a little about bit about how this how all started. this Because all started. you said you Because had you a said memory you had a memory but in but a way. I want in a to way. know I want a little to know bit before a little bit before that what was going that what on was going in your on life in your life won't serve. won't I mean serve. from I mean the outside from looking the outside in life looking was in great. life was great. I was I a was a fairly successful fairly successful relatively successful relatively successful entrepreneur. entrepreneur. how to Tech Company. how to Tech Company. I checked I off checked all off the boxes all the boxes of happiness of happiness you know. Had you know. you know Had the things you know the the things material the things material had things had you know you know a nice wife a nice wife and and but happy but to happy still wasn't to still there wasn't there and it's and because it's in because hindsight in hindsight Meyer entire Meyer entire journey professionally journey professionally will retire will journey retire fully. journey I think fully. I think but very much but very professionally much professionally was an addiction was an to addiction work to work because it was because refusal it was to refusal to to look within to look within and I and think I think are now are now recognized. recognized. Actually enrolling Actually the Bulk enrolling I. the Bulk It's I. sort It's of dawned sort on of dawned me where on me where addiction addiction to to just constantly just constantly working. working. It definitely It informed definitely informed who became who became and yeah and just prevented yeah just from prevented me from from me looking inside from looking so inside so I'm I'm looking in looking in a mirror. My best a mirror. life My best you know life got you know the stuff got the stuff got the people got the people but internally but internally still still searching searching for happiness for happiness and and happiness happiness was elusive was elusive still still

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"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"national suicide prevention lifeline" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"To the national suicide prevention lifeline that number is eight hundred two seven three eight two five five that's eight hundred two seven three talk or you can text the crisis text line just text the word hello two seven four one seven four one until the eighty was wounded by a roadside bomb exactly approximately thirty five minutes ago now begins the most important journey of his life from the battlefield the home home to some very good medicine his family's love they'll be staying together one of the many Fisher houses to help they'll get better and return to his life Fisher house foundation provide comfortable housing and other services to the families of wounded warriors and veterans well they receive care at military in VA hospital Fisher houses among the highest rated charities with ninety five percent of donations going to help our military families in their time of greatest need remember those who serve and sacrifice consider a tax deductible gift to Fisher house Fisher house because the family's love is good medicine go to Fisher house dot org for more information high school sports are as American as apple pie going to a game or a chance to see the stars of tomorrow shine today but as anybody who's ever attended a.

Apps don’t provide reliable help for suicide prevention

Geek News Central

01:33 min | 3 years ago

Apps don’t provide reliable help for suicide prevention

"Are so we know the holidays and we kinda talked a little bit about this other prior show for those of view that might be suffering a little depression over the holidays Just a fair warning. The folks from the verge reporting the APPS are not providing reliable so help for suicide prevention a study found non-functioning crisis hotline numbers in six APPS. This is really really really bad. And you know. These types of APPs could filling an important role and many people feel comfortable looking for or seeking help online. But what if it's wrong. Aw so here's the thing to remember the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. It's all you have to say. His you tell your device to find the number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Dad's that's GonNa get you a connected to a national organization. There's the Trevor Project as well so and of course there's different resources says outside the United States but It's bad news when the APPS or not keeping contact information up-to-date really really. They isn't in its. You know it could be the difference between life and death so again. Use your APP to search and if you need help please is cooper help. It's But a very sad state of affairs on on some APPS.

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Dial 988 For Help: FCC To Create New 3-Digit Suicide Prevention, Mental Health Hotline

The Savage Nation

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Dial 988 For Help: FCC To Create New 3-Digit Suicide Prevention, Mental Health Hotline

"News better regulator setting up a new three digit number to reach a suicide prevention hotline in order to make it easier to seek help and reduce the stigma associated with mental health once it's implemented people just need to dial nine eight eight to seek help currently the national suicide prevention lifeline uses a ten digit digit

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FCC votes to set up 3-digit suicide hotline number like 911

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

FCC votes to set up 3-digit suicide hotline number like 911

"The FCC is setting up a new three digit number to reach a suicide prevention hotline once put in place the number will be nine eighty eight to seek help right now the national suicide prevention lifeline uses a ten digit eight hundred number two seven three talk colors are sent to one of one hundred and sixty three crisis centers where counselors answered two point two million calls last year how long will it take for the number to become official it could be a matter of months the next step is a comment period before the FCC moved to an order sure we have lower Washington

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FCC votes to set up 3-digit suicide hotline number like 911

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

FCC votes to set up 3-digit suicide hotline number like 911

"Once put in place the number will be nine eight eight to seek help right now the national suicide prevention lifeline uses a ten digit eight hundred number two seven three talk colors are sent to one of one hundred and sixty three crisis centers where counselors answered two point two million calls last year how long will it take for the number to become official it could be a matter of months the next step is a comment period before the FCC moved to an order sure we have lower Washington

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Promising approaches in suicide prevention

Science Magazine Podcast

05:34 min | 3 years ago

Promising approaches in suicide prevention

"One eight hundred two seven three talk to a shorter three digit number likely nine eight. What kind of effect could shortening the number for this lifeline have on prevention. I think the idea is just to make it easier to remember that ten. Digit number is is a little cumbersome and having a simple number like nine eight dip people can remember will hopefully encourage more people to call and reach out for help when they're experiencing a crisis and there are a number of straightforward approach as you call them in your story that you talk about and one of the big ones is lifelines when did they we start and what does the research show on their effectiveness suicide hotlines of spin around for for quite a while at least since the nineteen fifties the current system that we have in the u._s. called the national suicide prevention lifeline and it's actually a network of about one hundred and seventy separate separate crisis call centers around the country you get routed to one that's closest to where you are so that ideally they can connect you to resources in your area and then if that happens to be all tied up you get routed to another close. You know hopefully close by one overall. There is more research i than i had realized going into this on the lifeline and the vast majority of people who call report that they experience talking to train counselor. You're on the lifeline save their life and kept them safe to these have been around since the nineteen fifties has the technique that these crisis counselors use when they're talking to people on the phone changed much since then it has evolved. There's a research team in canada. That's done a lottery search looking into what aspects of the interaction between the caller and the counselor make for a positive outcome meaning a reduction in the person's suicide -ality and an intent to harm themselves by the end of the call. These guys listened to thousands of calls in real time. They've got permission from the crisis centers to do this. What they found was. Actually you know really just common sense that when the counselors expressed empathy and kind of established a rapport with the caller are they were much more effective at reducing their their suicide -ality they just treat them with respect and take the problem seriously and kind of work with them. It's a find a solution as opposed to just telling them what to do that. Approach seemed to be the most effective and sometimes they also do follow up calls as well right. Is this just recently or has. This been a practice for awhile. It's been going on for a while but the more research is done. The more suggest that this is a really important thing saying that the the call with a counter can really help deescalate a crisis for someone but it's not going to resolve a lifetime of problems or serious mental illness or a substance abuse so the idea now is to use that initial call as a sort of a foot in the door to getting people into a sort of pathway take care that's tailored to their situation but the act of following up a few weeks later has been shown to really help people and reduce their feelings of desperation <hes> intent to harm themselves. Another prevention method that you talk about in your story is how care centers like hospitals and clinics can can refine their protocols in order to reduce the rate of suicides. Could you talk about what that entails. The zero suicide program is something that's really it caught fire in the last five years or so at hospital systems around the country it did start at henry ford which is based in detroit and it came out of a discussion shen actually that happened after they applied for a grant and didn't get it. The grants were supposed to be for clinicians trying to design perfect care for a particular condition. Edition could be any condition but henry ford the condition the they wanted to design perfect care for was depression and they didn't get the grant and that prompted opted them to think harder about what would perfect care for people with depression look like and so one person at the table during the discussions was a nurse and she said well if we had perfect depression care than we would have no suicides and so that idea kind of caught on and became like an aspirational goal for the people there that they should try in every case to prevent suicide and so the program it's evolved over the years with evidence but there's some basic things like just screening all of the patients in their behavioral health system so these are patients who come in with depression or maybe substance abuse things like that screening preening them at every contact with the hospital to assess their risk for suicide and then having a a pretty standard is pathway of care depending on on the risk so that doctors and providers know given a patient's risk like here's a menu of options and kind of like a flow chart of the different things is it can be done for them to relieve them of a little bit of the decision making process by having it all kind of standardized other facilities in the united states have also adopt this protocol as well hundreds actually of healthcare systems and clinics are trying to implement this now and there's a large study. Hey that's getting underway to see how well it's working. At nine. Big healthcare systems around the

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The father of a Sandy Hook victim dies from an apparent suicide

Anderson Cooper 360

03:08 min | 3 years ago

The father of a Sandy Hook victim dies from an apparent suicide

"Sat in difficult news to report tonight news that reminder to us all about how fragile human life is. And how important it is to whenever possible reach out for help. Or reach out to help those need the father of a little girl who was murdered in the Newtown massacre was found dead early this morning. Jeremy Richmond was his name. And he was forty nine years old. His daughter Arielle Richmond was six when she was killed along with nineteen other children and six adults at sandy hook elementary school in two thousand and twelve after the massacre, Mr. Richmond co-founded, the AVI L foundation, a nonprofit name for his daughter focused on violence prevention through research and community engagement. I spoke to Jeremy and his wife Jennifer about their daughter and their lives in two thousand and thirteen for CNN documentary. To such a wonderfully fun child, and she she would light up. You know? I wish that you got to meet her you would've just been blown away. She's fun. She was funny. She would have made you smile, you know, every day we need to. To get out of bed and Jen Jenna came up with distributional idea of to to get us out of bed. And everyday we try to find something of beauty something that makes you feel the world that good place. And then every day we wanna make sure that we try to really strive to give back something of beauty something to the world striving to give back something viewed each the world. Jeremy Richmond is forty nine years old and the cause of death is an apparent suicide. It's often impossible to know for sure what may be in someone's head or hard that leads to depression and sometimes to death by suicide, but there have been several other recent deaths that we wanna make you aware of in Florida mourners, grieving the death of Sydney. Yellow she was two thousand eighteen graduate of Marjory stoneman Douglas high school who died by suicide last week. She survived the attack on Valentine's Day last year. The killed seventeen people that school in parkland, her mom told CNN affiliate W F O R that Sydney suffered from survivor's guilt and had been diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder on Saturday night. Another parkland student apparently also died by suicide the student has not been publicly identified, but as a sophomore, according to the Miami Herald, again, we don't know what caused these three people to have these thoughts into unfortunately act on them. It is important to note that help is available reaching out for it can be hard, and it's made harder by the stigma, which unfortunately, still surround suicide, and it's made harder by the silence that also surround suicide it's not easy to talk about it. If you're having thoughts of suicide, and it's really not easy to talk about if someone you know is suffering, and you wanna help them it's often hard to know what to say or. How to help but reaching out in both cases and talking that is essential. There is help out there. And it's just a phone call away if you or someone, you know might be at risk of suicide you can call the national suicide prevention lifeline or showing you the number right now at the bottom of your screen, the number one eight hundred two seven three eight two five five one eight hundred two seven three eight two five five.

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