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Suicide: First automated suicide site, free, quick and anonymous.

Press Release

International Suicide Prevention
Las Vegas, Nevada
November 12, 2014

Suicide Prevention goes automated for first time. http://www.supportisp.org

Google grants have made it possible for those seeking help, and anonymity, to find the first self-help procedures online when contemplating suicide.  Suicidal thoughts are the result of intense emotional suffering.


When visiting International Suicide Preventions web site those seeking help have the option of two procedures that target and remove the cause of suicidal thoughts. 

Already discussed in two special news reports, available at International Suicide Preventions web site, discussed are the implications of this major breakthrough in preventing suicide. Also, how Google is helping make this information more available.

Automating suicide prevention may seem impersonal but, it was by design as the single biggest obstacle in preventing suicides is the stigma associated with telling someone they are having suicidal thoughts.  Now individuals can go online, follow the instructions that are; quick, free, anonymous and proven to work.

The procedures are also a pre-screening for more serious issues that may require other types of treatments.  Most people that are experiencing suicidal thoughts will do the procedure and move on with their lives without the need for medications, therapy and/or hospitalization.

Please support this work by sharing this information with others.

Matthew D. Dovel
President
International Suicide Prevention
president@supportisp.org
http://www.supportisp.org
702 743 4340

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