American Foundation For Suicide Prevention

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American Foundation For Suicide Prevention
American Foundation For Suicide Prevention is listed in the Social Service Organizations category in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Displayed below are the social networks for American Foundation For Suicide Prevention which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Foundation For Suicide Prevention on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

Contact information for American Foundation For Suicide Prevention is:
3835 Hamilton St
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 746-7256
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Well done @CBSNews and @BrophyMarcus for being so helpful to the public conversation around #13ReasonsWhy. This: cbsnews.com/news/13-reason…


RT @BrophyMarcus: How to talk with your teen about "13 Reasons Why" - cbsnews.com/news/13-reason…


Thanks @BrophyMarcus for such a useful article about how to use the #13ReasonsWhy series to start a conversation: cbsnews.com/news/13-reason…

Our chief medical director, Dr. Christine Moutier was interviewed for a story about how to talk to your teen about a new series called 13 Reasons Why. Read the article below to help you have safe and productive conversations about mental health with your kids. http://www.cbsnews.com/news/13-reasons-why-suicide-how-to-talk-with-your-teen-about-netflix-show/
"Don't be afraid to have a conversation with your children," one expert says about the popular but disturbing show


Thanks to our research grants committee for meeting to pick the grants we will be funding, @JillHF_AFSP @cmoutierMD twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


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Read a blog post from our friends at the Crisis Text Line about the wonderful work they do. Help us spread the word about this fantastic organization. https://afsp.org/five-biggest-myths-crisis-text-line/ To contact the Crisis Text Line, text the word "TALK" to 741-741. Program this number into your phone - you never know when someone you love might need it.
Crisis Text Line provides free support at people’s fingertips, 24/7. Anyone in crisis can text us and we’ll support them, from their hot moment to a cool calm.

“I’d no longer be as scared to ask for help from those around me.”
"Simply put; I'd be free."

Read an article by Newsweek where AFSP's chief medical officer Dr. Christine Moutier is quoted. http://www.newsweek.com/aaron-hernandez-13-reasons-stown-suicide-587135
The Netflix series and the highly publicized deaths, as well as the podcast “S-Town,” could inspire copycats—and also encourage people to seek help.

"I was a skeptic before I began therapy."
"I’m supposed to trust this person with my deepest and darkest secrets?"