HHS trabaja para reducir las tasas de suicidio entre jóvenes y veteranos

En septiembre se conmemora el Mes de la Prevención del Suicidio AUSTIN.– El estado de Texas busca prevenir el suicidio entre adultos jóvenes y veteranos. Con este fin se ofrecen recursos a las personas que corren riesgo de suicidarse y se brinda apoyo a quienes quieren ayudar a sus seres queridos. En septiembre se conmemora el Mes Nacional de la Prevención del Suicidio, y los funcionarios de salud de Texas exhortan al público a conocer las señales de alerta y los recursos para la prevención en Texas. Entre estas señales se incluyen las siguientes: si la persona habla de querer morir; si se siente inútil o como una carga para los demás; si hace planes para suicidarse o busca la manera de h

HHS Works to Reduce Suicide Among Young Adults and Veterans

AUSTIN – Texas is working toward preventing suicide among young adults and veterans in the state, highlighting the resources available to people at risk of suicide and offering support for loved ones who can help. As September kicks off National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, Texas health officials urge people to know the warning signs of suicide and learn more about Texas prevention resources. Warning signs include talking about wanting to die, feeling hopeless or being a burden to others, planning or looking for a way to kill themselves, withdrawing from family or friends, and acting like there’s no reason to live. “Suicide is a serious public health issue that affects all Texas

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