The organization also works collaboratively with other programs and agencies to develop and apply strategies that reduce the incidence of suicidal behaviors.AAS works to facilitate the highest-quality suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention programs to the public.
BHL offers crisis intervention (24/7 crisis hotline, mobile teams, suicide intervention), access to mental health/alcohol and drug services (screening, triage, and linkage; community education; direct appointment scheduling), and disaster response (critical incident debrief, disaster outreach).BHL will help you schedule an appointment—for yourself or a loved one—with a service provider that can meet your needs.BHL staff will engage in collaborative problem solving with the client, provide information about referrals, assist in scheduling services, and provide follow-up referrals for individuals with urgent and emergent needs through the least intrusive venues.Facts on Tap website helps to change attitudes with regard to youth substance abuse and helps give suggestions on ways to transition into college.You will find information and real-life stories of youth in recovery from drug and alcohol abuse.Under the auspices of BHL, GCAL is an Internet-based resource.
This website allows users in Georgia to enter zip code, age, and disability (mental health, developmental, and addictive diseases) in order to locate resources and assistance in their area.
Individuals also can access GCAL 24/7 at 1.800.715.4225.
The AFSP is the leading national not-for-profit organization exclusively dedicated to understanding and preventing suicide through research, education, and advocacy, and to reaching people with mental disorders and those impacted by suicide.
The AFSP funds scientific research, offers educational programs for professionals, educates the public about mood disorders and suicide prevention, promotes policy and legislation that impact suicide and prevention, and provides programs and resources for survivors of suicide loss and people at risk.
The goal of the AAS is to understand and prevent suicide.
The AAS works to advance the science of suicidology by encouraging, developing, and disseminating scholarly work focused on suicide prevention.