Read Heidi's book about grief after suicide entitled "Must Be the Witches in the Mountains."
Download a copy of Now What Do I Do? A Guide for Suicide Attempt Survivors here.
Did you know suicide is one of the ten leading causes of death? That more people die by suicide than homicide? Yet because of the stigma and silence surrounding this topic, most people are unaware of this until something happens and it touches our lives.
Heidi Bryan understands the impact of suicide on on our lives and is doing something about it. As a nationally recognized suicide prevention advocate, speaker, and author, Heidi serves as a member of the National Suicide Prevention Action Alliance Attempt Survivor Task Force. Heidi founded Feeling Blue Suicide Prevention Council in 2001, a nonprofit organization based in Pennsylvania and was instrumental in establishing the Pennsylvania Adult/Older Adult Suicide Prevention Coalition (www.PreventSuicidePA.org).* She has written the booklet, After an Attempt: The Emotional Impact of a Suicide Attempt on Families published in 2007, and co-authored Now What Do I Do? A Guide for Suicide Attempt Survivors in 2009 with Dr. Amy Cunningham.
Get your free Guide on What Not To Do After a Suicide Attempt: Text AFTERHANDOUT to 44222 to obtain your copy now or visit afteranattempt.com now.
*In 2010, Heidi and her family moved to Wisconsin and in 2011, Feeling Blue Suicide Prevention Council gave its nonprofit status and products to the Pennsylvania Adult/Older Adult Suicide Prevention Coalition to ensure the continuation of suicide prevention in Pennsylvania.
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