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Psychology Today: Suicide Prevent Mobile Device App Being Developed


Funding Needed for the First Self-help Suicide Prevention Treatment app for Mobile Devices - GoFundMe

12,000 teen commit suicide each year, and 24 times this many attempt suicide! Together we can make a difference.


I'm creating the first self-help app for mobile devices to prevent suicides.

I'm a scientist that has been working in the field of suicide prevention for over (3) decades. I have developed a procedure that is tested, quick, and endorsed. The (5) minute procedure, that has already been in use for over a decade, is now ready to be adapted into a mobile app format.

Your financial assistance will make this app for mobile devices a reality in 2017.

It is estimated that over 3,000 people commit suicide, and there are 72,000 attempted suicides each day globally.

Help make this grassroots global impact movement to prevent suicides a reality and contribution now.

Every life matters!

Thank you.

Links:
'4 Phase' mental health breakthrough: The 5 New Rules of the Mind
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/5-new-rules-mind-matthew-d-dovel

Scientist in human behavior modification: Matthew D Dovel


Go Fund Me raising $15,000.00 to create a mobile device app treatment to prevent suicides: To date as of 12/14/2016, the amount raised is $1,910.00.

$80.00 has been donated via gofundme, and $1,830.00 has been given in cash.



Please keep the momentum up! And, give today to make a difference.
Contact information:
Matthew D Dovel
702 743 4340
president@supportisp.org
http://www.supportisp.org

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