Educate Yourself!

Awareness is Key

   Stigma, particularly surrounding suicide and mental health, means many people thinking of taking their own life or who have attempted suicide are not seeking help and are therefore not getting the help they need. The prevention of suicide has not been sufficiently addressed due to a lack of awareness of suicide as a major public health problem. The taboo in many societies to openly discuss suicide and mental health is still an issue. Raising community awareness and breaking down the taboo is important for America to make progress in preventing suicide.

General Statistics

Every day, approximately 123 Americans die by suicide. (CDC)

An estimated quarter million people each year become suicide survivors. (AAS)

Suicide takes the lives of over 48,300 Americans every year. (CDC)

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Will you help Hope Gatekeepers end suicide by coming along the side of us and taking suicide awareness to the people? Most individuals will not ask for help and when they do most people don't know how to help or they feel shameful or scared. We are suicide survivors ourselves and capable of supporting our communities with resources.

Interested in becoming a hope gatekeeper?

Please fill out form below and a Hope Gatekeeper member will contact you for further information.

Why you should consider becoming a hope gatekeeper?

There is one death by suicide in the US every 11 minutes. (CDC) The problem is real. We must talk about it. The first step is to learn about suicide and how to deal with suicidal people. If you knew you could potentially save a life, would you want to become a hope gatekeeper?