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Insomnia in Older Adults

Kim Williams, President of MHA-NYC, and Lisa Furst, Assistant Vice President of MHA-NYC's Center for Policy, Advocacy and Education, co-authored an article on insomnia in older adults in Today's Geriatric Medicine. Read the full article here.

National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention Responds to New Data Showing Trends in Suicide Rates in Urban and Rural Areas

Read the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention's response to the recent data release from the CDC. Key findings show higher rates of suicide in areas with lower levels of urbanization (i.e. more rural areas). To learn more about the findings, read the Action Alliance’s collective response here.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Joins Facebook to Release New Suicide Prevention Tools

At the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, which is administered by MHA-NYC, we are proud of our ongoing relationship with Facebook and our long collaboration to provide innovative suicide prevention resources and support to their digital community. Today’s announcement of Facebook’s latest efforts to expand their tools to help individuals in crisis and their loved ones is the next step in this dedicated work. For the full press release, click here.

Our Crisis Center Network

Crisis centers are a vital part of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, which is administered by MHA-NYC. It’s because of these crisis centers that last year we were able to answer over 2 million calls from across the United States. To help us foster hope, help and healing, learn more here.

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