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Suicide prevention nonprofit celebrating 10 years of public service

International Suicide Prevention

Las Vegas, Nevada

A 501(c)(3) public charity nonprofit, since 2006

January 2016


Press Release

Celebrating 10 years of public service


What has International Suicide Prevention been doing for the past 10 years?


Educational services: Lectures, workshops, classes and training on suicide prevention.


Post suicide family support: Providing suicide scene cleaning for families that do not have the financial ability, or insurance to clean the bio hazardous material from post suicide.


Interventions: For the past ten years we have been available with a 24/7 suicide prevention hotline, on site one on one suicidal ideation interventions, and group, community interventions that are experiencing higher than normal rates of suicide.


Self-help: The first and only organization to offer self-help for those experiencing suicidal ideation that is free, anonymous, online, quick, and permanent.  


·         Is in 10 languages

·         In the past year has been visited by over 80,000 people

·         In the past year has had people from visit from 148 different countries


And, all of the above was done completely free of charge!
 


To schedule an interview, or to learn more about ISP contact

Matthew D. Dovel

President of ISP

1736 E. Charleston Blvd., #301

Las Vegas, NV 89104

702 743 4340




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