WARNING SIGNS

According to AFSP, 90 percent of those who die by suicide have a mental health disorder at the time of their deaths.

However, not everyone with a mental health challenge attempts suicide. Most mental illnesses are treatable with medication and psychotherapy.

     Know the warning signs

SUICIDE IS 

PREVENTABLE

THERE IS HELP; THERE IS HOPE

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  • Prior suicide attempt(s)

  • Misuse and abuse of alcohol/drugs

  • Mental disorders, particularly depression and other mood disorders

  • Traumatic brain injury

  • Access to lethal means, such as firearms & drugs

  • Knowing someone who died by suicide, particularly a family member

  • Social isolation

  • Chronic disease and disability

  • Stressful life events, such as a divorce, death        or job loss

  • Prolonged stress, including unemployment               bullying, and harassment

  • A family history of suicide

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RISK FACTORS
FOR SUICIDE
WORRIED ABOUT SOMEONE?

It's OK to ask them if they're thinking about suicide. You may be the only one who reaches out. 

Call the Lifeline for assistance: 1-800-273-8255

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Sometimes those awkward moments make the best time to talk to a friend about mental health. It's OK to ask "Are you OK?" This video was brought to you by the Ad Council, in collaboration with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and the JED Foundation. Learn more here.

 

TEENS 

Teens share common warnings signs that a young person might be considering suicide and how to talk to them in this video from the Mayo Clinic.

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MOST AT RISK

The above two videos are provided by the Department of Public Health and Human Services through a partnership between the Governor's Office and the Montana Broadcaster's Association.

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