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NJ Launches First Suicide Hotline Call Center

In its first week of operation, New Jersey's first suicide hotline call center handled approximately 300 calls.

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More Adolescents at Risk for Suicide Have Gun Access, Report Says [AUDIO]

One in five children or teens at risk of committing suicide are able to access a handgun, according to a report presented to the Pediatric American Societies.

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Suicide Prevention Notice
Flickr User Samantha Marx
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NJ Suicide Rate Rises

New Jersey's suicide rate among adults 35 to 64 years old spiked after the Great Recession but still remained among the lowest in the nation.

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Working To Prevent Military Suicides [AUDIO]

Two New Jersey Congressmen, from different sides of the isle, have teamed up to fight for more funding to secure $40 million for suicide prevention programs for veterans and active duty soldiers.

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Teen Suicide
Flickr User Karin Vietstra
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4 Percent of Teens Attempt Suicide [AUDIO]

A new report finds 4 percent of teenagers have attempted suicide, and 1 in 8 has thought about it.

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New Jersey Youngsters Have New Tool For Suicide Prevention [AUDIO]

In an effort to promote suicide prevention and encourage youth and young adults to communicate creatively about the difficult times they're experiencing, the University of Medicine and Dentistry's Traumatic Loss Coalitions for Youth and Young Adults Program (TLC) and the New Jersey Division of Child Behavioral Services have launched a peer-to-peer website, Jersey Voice.

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Suicide Prevention Notice
Flickr User Samantha Marx
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Suicide Rates Continue To Rise [AUDIO]

For decades, families in Jersey and across the country have been reluctant to talk about suicide, but that's now beginning to change.

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Flickr User Ian Britton
Flickr User Ian Britton
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Man’s Death in NJ Shopping Center Ruled a Suicide

The death of a Tennessee man whose decomposing body was discovered in a pickup truck parked at a northern New Jersey shopping center this week has been ruled a suicide.

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100 Reasons to Live
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Manasquan’s 100 Reasons to Live and Matt Ryan’s Personal Story [AUDIO]

A random Facebook message to The Point put me in touch with a woman who is changing lives, saving lives and giving everyone "100 Reasons to Live."

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U.S. troops in Afghanistan (Johannes Simon, Getty Images)
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Military Suicides Rising as Combat Eases

Suicides among active-duty U.S. troops are surging, averaging nearly one per day this year.

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