Suicide Awareness And Prevention

Psychological first aid PFA Mental health intervention Tools and Program: 1.) Support survivors of domestic violence and other forms of gender-based violence.
2.) Expand access to health care services for low-income woman. 3.) Provide resources, tools and coordination to reduce suicide. 4.) Prioritize the health and well-being of students and woman of low income. 5.) Increase support for children with disabilities. 6.) Empowers and protects workers from suicide. What is the most prevalent stressor involved in Suicide? A-Relationship problems 58%, B-Military, Student, or work stress 50%, C-Legal or disciplinary issues 38%
and D-Substance abuse 30%. More than 80% people who commit suicide suffer from mental health issues, usually mood (e.g., depression, substance use, PTSD, or impulse control disorder). Alcohol use and abuse are associated with approximately 25% to 50% of suicide; and the combination is quite lethal. Suicide risk factors: poor job performance; being passed over for promotion or career opportunities; rejection or failed relationship; debilitating sickness or illness; death of loved one; bullying; financial problems; loss of social support systems; facing NJP or other legal actions; feeling shamed or humiliated.