We all can help prevent suicide; it is important to be aware of your resources.
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"We can all help prevent suicide, and it’s important to know risk factors and signs. This Deaf Health lab gathered data from 1066 Deaf ASL users and found that around 25% (1 in 4) reported they do not have anyone they can talk with about their problems or difficult decisions.
If you or someone you know need support, you can go to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline online chat or VRS hotline and join us for the Out of Darkness walk at Gallaudet University on April 25 to raise awareness of suicide and provide support to the community. The link to register for the Out of Darkness walk is www.afsp.org/gallaudet"