Click here to read an informative New York Times article by Ron Leiber which lays out the truth that often children of privilege experience higher rates of depression and suicide.
Mental Health in My Community: A Mapping of Resources and Information
International Survivors of Suicide Day
One million people die by suicide every year. They leave behind countless family members and friends to make sense of it.
In November, survivors of suicide loss come together at healing conferences in their communities and online for support and guidance.
If you have lost someone to suicide, this conference is for you. You’ll get to hear from other survivors about how they cope. The program also features experts sharing what we now know about suicide and grief.
Save the Date: Saturday, November 22, 2014
You can attend a local conference in your area or watch online. Afterwards, join us in a live online chat with other survivors. For more information and where to go, check out our 2014 Survivor Day Flyer. Pre-register online if you would like to attend in person.
Please join your fellow students in DE-STRESSING on Wednesdays from 12-1 in the Health Center located in Building 7, 3rd Floor.
Workshops are FREE of charge to all students.
Snacks and drinks will be provided but please feel free to bring your lunch with you!