Facebook Beefs Up Suicide Prevention Focused On Live VideoFacebook is beefing up its suicide prevention tools, including new options for people to report if someone might harm themselves while broadcasting on Facebook Live.
Palo Alto Officials Propose Caltrain Suicide Prevention CamerasOfficials with the City of Palo Alto are proposing to install cameras at a Caltrain crossing to prevent future track deaths.
Bernard Mayes, SF Man Who Created America's 1st Suicide Hotline, Dies at 85Mayes’ work would build the foundation for a network of more than 500 help centers across the country.
Officers Prevent Man From Jumping Off Benicia BridgeTwo Benicia police officers prevented a despondent man from jumping from the Benicia Bridge Thursday afternoon.
Man Who Survived Golden Gate Bridge Jump To Lead Suicide Prevention WalkA man who jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge and survived will lead a suicide prevention walk in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park this weekend.
Thousands Walk Through San Francisco All Night For Suicide PreventionThousands were walking nearly 20 miles through the streets of San Francisco Saturday night and into early Sunday morning to promote awareness about suicide prevention.
Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Barrier Closer To Federal FundingThe Golden Gate Bridge just celebrated 75 years since its opening to the public in 1937, but after decades of wrangling there’s now positive movement in getting a suicide barrier built on the bridge.
Facebook Rolls Out To New Tool To Prevent SuicideFacebook is making it easier for people who express suicidal thoughts on the social networking site to get help.
San Francisco Suicide Prevention Hotline Reaches Out To Teens OnlineSan Francisco Suicide Prevention is trying something new to reach out to troubled youth dealing with depression - the Prevention Program tries to connect with young people in cyberspace.
Support, Counseling Available For Victims Of Anti-Gay BullyingSupport and other resources for gay young people are out there, sometimes only a click or a phone call away, but advocates said the recent suicide of Rutgers University freshman Tyler Clementi and other teens who were believed to have been victims of anti-gay bullying point to the need for even more widespread help.
Santa Clara's Suicide Prevention Plan