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Suicide Prevention Resources

By October 7, 2022February 27th, 2024No Comments

What to do after an unexpected loss at work

We’ve pulled together some resources to assist you and your employees to help recognize, prevent, and cope with a loss at work. We’ve included a list of Hotlines to provide to your employees. We recommend that you post these numbers in a visible place year-round.

National Alliance on Mental Illness – Risk of Suicide

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention – Risk factors, protective factors, and warning signs

Suicide Prevention Resource Center – Workplace Resources

White Swan Foundation – Coping with the suicide of an employee 

National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention – Manager’s guide: 10 Actions steps for dealing with the aftermath of Suicide

HotlinesNational Suicide Prevention Lifeline – (800) 273-8255HopeLine – (877) 235-4525Crisis Text Line – – (800) 784-2433 – State-by-State HotlinesWikipedia – Hotlines by CountryNational Suicide Prevention Lifeline Launches New 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline – Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) | July 2022

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The information contained in this article is not a substitute for legal advice or counsel and has been pulled from multiple sources.

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