Suicide Prevention...
Gwinnett  Suicide Prevention Coalition

1) HERE - Depression and Suicide Risk Among Latin Youth from CETPA.
2) HERE - Suicide Prevention LGBTY Community from The Rainbow Center.
3) HERE - All Presentations from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP).
4) HERE - Suicide Warning Signs from The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (TM).
Part of SAMHSA.  Suicide Lifeline Number:  800-273-Talk
5) HERE - The Georgia Suicide Prevention Program from DBHDD.
HERE - Youth Suicide Gatekeeper Training from DBHDD.
7) HERE - Youth Suicide Statistics: Gwinnett County from DBHDD.
8) HERE - Cyberbullying and Suicide from Well Aware (TM)
9) HERE - A Suicide Prevention Program for School Administrators from Well Aware (TM)
Address the problem of
through collaborative
efforts that promote
education, support, and
increase awareness,
prevention, intervention,
and aftercare.

Reduce the number of
suicides, suicide attempts,
after-effects of people
living in Gwinnett County.
Have you lost a loved one to suicide?

If the answer is yes, then you are a survivor of suicide.


- Even if you feel that you cannot survive, know that you can.
- Feelings of shock, guilt, blame, anger, relief, depression, and isolation
are common responses to grief. These emotions can be overwhelming
but know that they are normal.
- Each survivor grieves in their own way and at their own pace.
- Seek out people who are willing to listen without judging.
- Remember that many people are affected by suicide.
- Seek professional help if needed.
- Take care of yourself – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
- This may be the hardest thing you will ever do. Be patient and don’t try
to do it by yourself.
- Remember that healing takes time and support.
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Some facts about the National Prevention Lifeline:
- All calls are free from any telephone in the United States.
- Our lines work 24 hours, 7 days a week, so you can be in contact with a capable person in any moment you will
need to.
- Your call is confidential; this means that the person that listens to you will do everything posible to not disclose
your identitity.
- We service in English (1-800-273-8255) and in Spanish (1-888-628-9454)
- We are the only national network with answers to crisis situations funded by the Federal Government.
Heroes Youth Group:

The Heroes youth group are students who attend different high schools
in Gwinnett County Public Schools who are ‘Peer Leaders’ delivering a
prevention message with ongoing adult mentoring. Heroes deliver
messaging activities that focus on hope, help, and strength in a peer to
peer setting. They also receive ongoing training to build leadership skills
to reach their community as well. Seven youth from Heroes attended GA
Teen Institute in June 2011 and elaborated a project to address teens
creating better connection and communication with parents.
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