Tomorrow Needs You

World Suicide Prevention Day is Monday, September 10, 2018. On this day, and every day during National Suicide Prevention Week (9/9-9/15), we’re asking you to join us by taking action. Organizations and individuals across the country and globe are working to do the same. We’re hopeful that with your support and their involvement, we can change the statistics.

Come back to this page every day during NSPW to take part in a new action step for the Tomorrow Needs You campaign. Together, we can help people stay to see tomorrow.

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The Campaign

800,000 people die by suicide globally each year. That’s one person every 40 seconds.

We recently learned that suicide rates in the United States have risen 25% in the last 20 years. And in the past decade, the suicide rate among young people ages 10-17 has increased by more than 70%.

In honor of World Suicide Prevention Day (September 10), we’re working to spread a message around the globe that so many need to hear: “Tomorrow Needs You.”

Our goal is to encourage honest conversations about suicide and share the ways in which we can work to prevent it. During National Suicide Prevention Week (September 9-15), you’ll also find new action steps you can take each day to help more people stay to see tomorrow.

Why this Matters

All of the statistics and numbers we share are a sobering reminder of the work that needs to be done. They show just how many people are suffering alone and never receive the help they deserve.

We have to change that.

Join the Conversation

In order to bring this life-saving conversation to as many people and places as possible, we’re sharing digital resources that will help you amplify your voice and share your story online and in your community.

Start by downloading our response card and filling out the “Tomorrow needs me because…” prompt. Share it online and use #WSPD18 and #TomorrowNeedsYou when posting. Don’t forget to tag @TWLOHA on Twitter and Instagram so we can see it!

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