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Suicide: Reporting numbers of those seeking, getting new self-help for suicidal thoughts, Google.

January 1, 2015 through September 1, 2016 data for those seeking, and getting, the first of its kind self-help to address; depression, anxiety, P.T.S.D. and suicidal ideation.

Reporting data provided by Google: suicidal.

International Suicide Prevention

September 1, 2016

Reporting period: January 1, 2015 through September 1, 2016.

119,795 visitors to International Suicide Prevention.
199 people per day, on average, seeking help: supportisp.org

Web visitors to International Suicide Prevention January 2015 through August 2016



Ages of those seeking help for suicide prevention.


 Gender of those seeking help for suicide prevention.


World view of visitors to International Suicide Prevention offering help now in 10 languages.



Top 10 country of origin: supportisp.org


Is suicide prevention self-help working?

New data indicates it is.

Suicide Hotline Calls vs. Website Visitors

Graph shows July through December 2014
Hotline intake vs. website visitors

Google lifetime grant advertising International Suicide Prevention
started in the last week of October 2014.

Before November 2014
Monthly average suicide Hotline calls prior to November 2014:
40
Monthly average visitors to ISP website prior to November 2014:
46

Numbers after Google grant; posting new Self-help 4 Phase 2014
Self-Help 4 Phase posted on website in October 2014
December 2014 website visitors at Supportisp.org: 3,000
Total Hotline Calls for December 2014:
3

New reporting from January 2015 through September 1, 2016:

Numbers are holding at 1 to 2 calls per week: June 1, 2017

For more information contact:

Matthew D. Dovel
President of International Suicide Prevention
LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/suicidepreventionexpert
1736 E. Charleston Blvd., #301
Las Vegas, Nevada 89104

702 743 4340

president@supportisp.org
http://www.supportisp.org

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