We believe suicide is a preventable public health problem, and we are devoted to help keep our fellow Kentuckians alive. Suicide is a leading cause of death in our state, particularly for our youth and young adults. It's time we talk about this and unite so other families are spared the lifetime of pain and grief that we know all too well.
Silence Perpetuates Suicide : Real Stories from Suicide Survivors Several Kentuckians are choosing to talk […]
Each year Kentucky loses over 600 people to suicide. To help reduce these deaths, the Kentucky […]
Ask Someone For Help Asking for help is often not easy, especially when it’s you who […]
SOS Signs of Suicide is a 2-day secondary school-based intervention that includes screening and education. Students […]
Even so, each year Kentucky loses over 600 people to suicide. To help reduce these deaths, the Kentucky Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities (BH/DID) invited various community leaders to establish the Kentucky Suicide Prevention Group in 2002, to help decrease suicide deaths and attempts across the Commonwealth through advocacy, education, training and evaluation.