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Regina King Loses Her Son to Suicide: What It Means for Us Black Moms

By Valerie Cordero, Co-Executive Director, Families for Depression Awareness Photo: Ian Alexander, Jr. and mom,…

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Suicide Myths Debunked and What to Do if a Loved One Shows Warning Signs

By Sharon Torres, April 30, 2019 Suicide is a serious global public health concern. According…

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Traumatic Brain Injuries and Suicide – What Families Should Know

By Aileen SalaresMarch 22, 2019 Traumatic brain injuries (TBI), caused by a bump, jolt, or…

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Suicide Prevention Awareness: When a Loved One Takes Their Life, a Family Is Forever Changed

If you have lost a loved one to suicide, you likely know the feelings of…

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What You Can Do to Support LGBTQ+ Youth at Risk of Depression and Suicide

Last week, Families for Depression Awareness broadcasted our Teen Depression Webinar, now available to watch…

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Resources for addressing 13 Reasons Why

Netflix recently released a controversial television series. Based on Jay Asher’s #1 New York Times…

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