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ALL

BECAUSE

YOUR

LIFE

MATTERS

YOU OR SOMEONE YOU LOVE HAS RECENTLY

ATTEMPTED SUICIDE

The National Center for Suicide Survivors realizes there is a window of opportunity following an attempted suicide. Utilizing an innovative and proven approach, our mission is to eliminate future attempts and to save lives. We dream of a world with ZERO suicides. 

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every

23 seconds

someone attempts

suicide in

the united states

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suicide was

the second leading

cause of

death for people

ages 15-24

worldwide

2018

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there are

29

attempts

for each

completed

suicide

THERE IS HOPE

The National Center for Suicide Survivors uses a unique Intensive Suicide Survivors Treatment (ISST) for those who have attempted suicide and features Attempted Suicide Short Intervention Program (ASSIP). ASSIP, a Swiss originated approach, has demonstrated an unprecedented 80% reduction in repeat suicide in research. ISST consists of an initial intake session to establish that we are a good fit followed by four intensive individual sessions (with the option to participate virtually or in-person). As part of ISST, caregivers and primary supports will be required to participate in video training. Lastly, six care letters will be sent over the course of 24-months along with an invitation to join our online community of suicide survivors for ongoing support.  

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IS THIS A GOOD FIT FOR ME

The National Center for Suicide Survivors and the researchers who developed ASSIP agree that our program is only an adjunct to counseling. Therefore, those who wish to participate must be receiving care from a licensed mental health provider or are willing to begin treatment as a pre-requisite to ISST. Our services are a secondary program focused on the action of suicide, and our program does not include diagnosing or treating mental disorders. Consider the following requirements for participation.

I recently attempted suicide
Male Teenager
I'm at
least 15 years old
I'm engaged in mental health services
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I'm Not actively using
I'm stable and NOT in crisis 

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