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Workplace

Most of the people who die by suicide are of working age. And yet many workplaces may not be prepared to help employees at risk for suicide or respond to a suicide death.

Promoting mental health and wellness in the workplace will not only support suicide prevention but also increase productivity and well-being among workers. Many workplaces already have resources in place that can be used to support suicide prevention and postvention (assistance in the aftermath of a suicide).

Workplace Suicide Prevention and Postvention

The Action Alliance (Workplace Task Force) has worked closely with its partners to develop the following resources:

Current work is focusing on two occupations linked to an increased risk of suicide: public safety.

National Action Alliance
for Suicide Prevention

1025 Thomas Jefferson St., NW, Ste 700 W
Washington, DC 20007

info@theActionAlliance.org