Be Ready to Ask Questions About Suicide

You’re on the front line to help people at risk of the pandemic forces many to juggle stress, health concerns, loss, etc.

Keep mental health top of mind in your personal and professional normalize the conversation and reduce stigma.

For example, when you ask people how they’re doing, dig deeper if the answer seems abrupt or raises concerns. And stay alert for indirect clues, such as people talking about “being a burden.”

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