Suicide Prevention Tips for Emergency Medical Services and the Workplace

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Suicide Prevention Tips for Emergency Medical Services and the Workplace

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Suicide touches everyone; however, there is help and hope when individuals, communities, and professionals join forces to prevent suicide.

The Suicide Prevention Resource Center has just enhanced its Customized Information Sheets series by developing new resources for three important groups of professionals: emergency medical services providers, managers, and employees (coworkers). These three sheets provide basic information on how to identify and respond to individuals who may be suicidal or at high risk for suicide. They also contain a list of relevant resource materials and organizations.

View the Customized Information Sheets Series | Find More Suicide Prevention Publications

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