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According to the CDC suicide is death caused by injuring oneself with the intent to die. A suicide attempt is when someone harms themselves with any intent to end their life, but they do not die because of their actions.
Many factors can increase the risk for suicide or protect against it. Suicide is connected to other forms of injury and violence. For example, people who have experienced violence, including child abuse, bullying, or sexual violence have a higher suicide risk. Being connected to family and community support and having easy access to health care can decrease suicidal thoughts and behaviors.
Suicide is preventable and everyone has a role to play to save lives and create healthy and strong individuals, families, and communities. Suicide prevention requires a comprehensive public health approach. CDC developed the Suicide Prevention Resource for Action, which provides information on the best available evidence for suicide prevention. States and communities can use the Prevention Resource to help make decisions about suicide prevention activities. Strategies range from those designed to support people at increased risk to a focus on the whole population, regardless of risk.
Contact the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline if you are experiencing mental health-related distress or are worried about a loved one who may need crisis support.
Connect with a trained crisis counselor. 988 is confidential, free, and available 24/7/365.
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Founder and Executive Director of Young Scholars’ Institute. Mrs. Morrison is a former executive director of a K-8 school. Morrison taught English at Trenton Central High School and French and English at Bridgeton Middle School in Bridgeton, N.J. She also taught English and conducted race relations workshops for many summers at Northfield Mount Hermon School in Northfield, M.A. Ms. Morrison taught an education course at The College of New Jersey. Other work experience includes her role as a former Associate Director of Admissions and Coordinator of Minority Recruitment at Princeton University and employment by Educational Testing Services (ETS) as a test developer.
The Young Scholars’ Institute was born out of Mrs. Morrison’s belief that more support is needed to ensure the success of urban students. Since 1990, with generous financial support from foundations, corporations and individuals, Mrs. Morrison has led the YSI mission to empower Trenton-area youth through educational, recreational, and cultural activities to help them develop the skills necessary to excel academically and to maximize their academic, vocational and career choices. Programs include a pre-school, one-to-one tutoring, a reading program, a writing class for middle school children, a six-week summer academic enrichment program, college tours, S.A.T. preparation, a career speaker series, and a college admissions workshop.
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