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R.O.A.R. - Reaching Out And Responding

Suicide Prevention Awareness Day 2013
by T Reling on 14 April 2014

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R.O.A.R. - Reaching Out And Responding
Suicide Prevention Awareness

Step 1: Know the Facts
U.S. Lifetime Depression Rate is 16.5%

At any time, 6.7% of Americans are depressed

Studies have linked depression to suicidal ideation

1 out of 12 suicide attempts are successful
Step 2: Know the Signs
Step 3: Know Where to Turn
On Campus resources include:
University Counseling Center 549-3894
University Health Center 549-2242
Office of Student Conduct 549-2213
University Police Department 549-2222
University Housing 549-2118
Step 5: Reach Out
People care.

One concerned person is enough to turn everything around.

If you or someone you know is suffering from depression or suicidal thoughts, reach out for help.
Step 4: Know Your Resources
External Resources include:
http://www.samhsa.gov/
http://www.sprc.org/
http://www.livingworks.net/
http://www.take5tosavelives.org/
http://www.stops-la.org/
http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
R.O.A.R. - Reaching Out And Responding
Suicide Prevention Awareness
Dwelling on death and dying
Making a plan
Hopelessness
Feeling trapped
Talking about unbearable pain
Feeling like a burden
Increase in drug or alcohol use
Anxiousness
Excessive Aggitation
Reckless behavior
Over or under sleeping
Withdrawal from others
Excessive anger
Extreme mood swings.
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