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NEWS 3 Las Vegas BREAKING NEWS: Ralston Reports Veterans now have a new option when suicidal.

  Special: Report on Veteran suicides

Ralston Reports on NBC News Monday November 10 at 6:30 pm Pacific time for Veterans Day.

Suicide Prevention goes automated on International Suicide Preventions web site.



Veterans Day is Tuesday November 11. Honor the Veterans by watching a special report on new self-help procedures for addressing the cause of depression, anxiety, P.T.S.D. and suicidal thoughts.






NBC NEWS Channel 3 Las Vegas, Nevada

Jon Ralston interview: Google grants local non-profit $10,000 per month for life to spread the message about new self-help for the suicidal.  Matthew D. Dovel, the president of International Suicide Prevention talks about NEW self-help for the Veterans.


Google last month in October, 2014, provided a lifetime grant of $10,000 per month to promote these life saving procedures, and are making sure they are available when the possibly suicidal are seeking help via the internet.

New self-help procedures are online, free, quick and completely anonymous bypassing the single biggest obstacle for those in need of treatment, stigma.

For more information go to:
International Suicide Prevention
internet: http://www.supportisp.org
phone: 702 743 4340

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