Suicide Prevention Program for Law Enforcement
Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Program for Law Enforcement
The SRF Suicide Prevention Research and Training Project, in partnership with New Jersey law enforcement organizations, is conducting a mental health and suicide prevention needs assessment to identify mental health needs, barriers to mental health support, and test possible solutions to meet the mental health needs of New Jersey's law enforcement. With your help, we can develop resources including videos to improve help-seeking of law enforcement personnel in an effort to reduce suicidal behavior.
How will your support make an impact?
The estimated number of law enforcement officers who die by suicide outnumbers those who die in the line of duty. A donation to the Suicide Prevention Research and Training Project today will help us to develop critical resources to support those at risk, including tools to prevent law enforcement suicides, to encourage officer resiliency and help-seeking, and to aide families/partners in identifying someone at risk and knowing how to help. No matter the size, your financial contribution can help provide vital resources for members of our law enforcement community and beyond.
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