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November 2016

On November 19th, survivors of suicide loss will unite to observe International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day. Events around the world will provide survivors with a support network to share stories of healing and remember their loved ones. To find an event in your area, visit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

From NPR: Fighting Discrimination Against Mental Illness

Presidential task force makes recommendations for improving enforcement of the Mental Health Care Parity Law. Learn more...

Women in Hollywood: Breaking the Silence

25 women in entertainment reduce mental health stigma by openly talking about their experiences with depression and anxiety. See who's talking...

Coming Soon: SafeSpace to Help Youth Open Up on Mental Health

Bay area non-profit plans a new mental health clinic in Menlo Park to provide young adults the opportunity to freely discuss mental health issues. Keep reading...

In the News: Instagram Launches Reporting System

Instagram’s new self-harm and suicide reporting system offers mental health resources for users who are at-risk. Learn more...

International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day

Check out resources from EMM and our community partners. Click here for more. 
10 Reasons to Attend a Survivor Day Event

From finding a support network, to learning to cope and heal, these are a few reasons to attend a Survivor Day Event. Learn more...

Stories of Hope and Healing

Each Mind Matters features stories of resiliency and hope from our supporters. Check out our latest blog post from a survivor of suicide loss who found strength through a support network. Read more...

Learn How to Help Loved Ones Who Are At-Risk

Did you know that there are many warning signs when someone may be having thoughts of suicide? Learn what they are and how you can help make a difference in someone's life. Click here...
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