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World Suicide Prevention Week 2015: The next BIG thing in Suicide Prevention

The next big thing in suicide prevention doesn't come in the form of another pill.




It's called, '4 Phase' and it is a free, anonymous, quick, endorsed, and proven to work. A method to remove the cause of suicidal thoughts at the source.

President of International Suicide Prevention about to talk about '4 Phase' on Channel 3 News Live Las Vegas.
September 10, 2015 the President and founder of the nonprofit International Suicide Prevention went on Channel 3 News to talk about how 60,000 people have already experienced the new procedure '4 Phase' that is self-help bypassing stigma.  '4 Phase' was released ahead of schedule due to the loss of Robin Williams and the desire to prevent similar tragedies.

Everyone has 5 minutes to spare! Try '4 Phase' now for yourself, or you can recommend it to a friend or family member: http://www.supportisp.org/4phase.html 



A message from International Suicide Prevention a 501(c)(3) public charity nonprofit.
Serving humanity since 2006.

Warning: Side effects are the real possibility of the loss of depression, anxiety, P.T.S.D. and suicidal thoughts.

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