OK? Friends ask.
are often the first to notice that another friend is struggling with depression
or thoughts of suicide. But they don’t always know what to say - and what
if the answer is, “No, I’m not okay”. The Suicide Prevention Lifeline number is
on the back.
The American Association of
Suicidology (AAS) believes suicide prevention should be the focus everyday,
everywhere. As the second leading cause of death among youth, it's time to get
involved in suicide prevention, not just today but everyday.
It's time to make #AAS365 a priority.
These shirts will only
be available for a limited time! If you order by August 20th, you'll receive
your shirt by the start of National Suicide Prevention Week!
Promote your support by
posting a picture of you with the t-shirt on social media with the hashtags
#AAS365 and #NSPW18, so we can see how far youth suicide prevention can go!
Questions? Contact AAS
Central Office at firstname.lastname@example.org