Suicide Prevention & Mental Health

Prevent Youth Suicide: What Parents Should Know

Parents can play a critical role in preventing youth suicide. Even if you think it will never happen to you or your family, it’s important to understand the facts, stay connected with your child and know what to do in an emergency situation. 1. Know the...

Caring for Your Mental Health

Making mental wellness a priority can improve your quality of life! Your mental health influences your ability to engage in daily activities, maintain relationships, cope with challenges and much more. Caring for your mental health is an intentional practice. Check...

Conquering Holiday Stress

Contributed by Live Healthy Gwinnett The holidays are approaching, and it’s the most wonderful time of year! As they come, they offer their own special stressors that can make us feel even worse. Experiencing stress, anxiety, or depression during the holiday season is...

Take Our 2021 Suicide Prevention IQ Challenge!

September is National Suicide Prevention Month, an annual campaign to raise awareness about suicide prevention, reduce stigma around the topic and encourage those in need to utilize available resources. You can learn all about this important cause awareness month...

Preventing Suicide: Risk Factors & Warning Signs

We can all help prevent suicide. Learning the risk factors and warning signs of a potential suicide attempt can save lives. Risk Factors These characteristics increase the likelihood of suicide but aren’t necessarily direct causes. (CDC, AFSP) Previous suicide attempt...

Busting Myths About Mental Health

In recent years, it has become more acceptable to talk about and advocate for mental health. This is exciting and desperately needed progress toward serving a community that has long felt excluded from society. However, a lot of misinformation and old beliefs still...