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8.31.22  |  Web Page

Suicide Prevention Resources

If you or a loved one need immediate help with suicidal thoughts, call or text 988. If the situation does not require immediate help, the resources on this page will help you learn about depression and suicidal ideation, tips to manage depression through positive psychology and movement, and details on how to support a loved one in crisis.

8.31.22  |  Infographic

Suicide Prevention: Risk Factors, Red Flags, and How to Get Help

Learn the risk factors that put someone at an increased risk for suicide and red flag behaviors that may indicate someone is dealing with suicidal thoughts. Find out where to get help for you or a loved one who is struggling. Know that asking someone if they are thinking about suicide does not make them more likely to follow through with plans for suicide.

8.31.22  |  Infographic

Workplace Suicide Prevention: How to Make a Plan

We spend a lot of time at work, which means that managers and co-workers may be in a unique position to notice behavior changes or other risk factors for someone who needs emotional support. This infographic shares how employers can organize to foster a workplace environment that supports employee behavioral health

8.4.22  |  Case Study

What is a Peer Coach?

Youturn Health Peer Coaches provide non-clinical support to help engage, educate, and support people and their families through issues around mental health, substance misuse, grief, and suicidal ideation. Learn more about how Peer Coaching works.

8.1.22  |  Web Page

Substance Use Disorders in Military Veterans — Problems Associated with Access to Care

In 2019, Youturn Health coach manager Zach was afforded the opportunity to participate in a Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center 28-day inpatient treatment program for co-occurring Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Substance Use Disorder (SUD). While this opportunity saved his life, it also opened his eyes to the barriers many military veterans and active-duty servicemen and women have regarding access to behavioral health treatment.


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