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National Violence Prevention, Inc. (NVP) was founded by Bev Gilliard, a certified QPR Suicide Prevention Instructor; Bev is also a part of Georgia Team that educates Georgian's on suicide prevention.
NVP, Inc. recognizes that suicide and homicide are major public health concern, and provides education, prevention and intervention services to end death by Homicide and/or suicide in our schools, workplaces, houses of worship, and even in our homes.
As we work to educate and address suicide, homicide, school violence, workplace safety, and school/cyber bullying prevention through awareness, advocacy, and training of these growing problems is our state and around the country, we need your support through your donation, spreading the word about our organization, and allowing us to come and talk to your group.
Also, we are working to motivate legislators to take action to reduce suicide, and to transform the understanding of all forms of violence, including homicide, and suicide, and its effects on our schools, workplaces, and communities.
Our advocates will travel to your location to train your group, staff, or community on domestic violence, suicide prevention, workplace safety, anger management, school safety, and how to recognize and handle dangerous situations, handle threats, and employees, or program participants dealing with suicidal ideation. We will prepare you to recognize the signs and how, when and/or if to act.
The membership of National Violence Prevention, Inc. includes school districts, suicide prevention and crisis intervention centers, mental health and public health professionals, researchers, crisis center volunteers, survivors of suicide loss, attempt survivors, and a variety of lay persons who have in interest in suicide prevention.
Based on nationwide surveys, both homicide and suicide in some populations are on the rise; Suicide being the 10th leading cause of death in the United States, and 22 soldiers dying by suicide daily.
Suicide is defined as death caused by self-directed injurious behavior with intent to die as a result of the behavior.
A suicide attempt is a non-fatal, self-directed, potentially injurious behavior with intent to die as a result of the behavior. A suicide attempt might not result in injury.
Suicidal ideation refers to thinking about, considering, or planning suicide.
The threat of suicide, and death by suicide, is two of the greatest tragedies that many families and their loved ones experience. Death by suicide finality brings them tremendous grief, and its loss ushers in feelings of guilt for survivors of suicide.
Economic Status, Gender, Age, Race, Religion, or Sexual Orientation None of It Matters, Abuse Is Abuse REPORT SUSPICIOUS BEHAVIORS AND VIOLENCE!
At least 35 acts of school-related acts of violence, including mass school shootings, have been committed by individuals taking or withdrawing from psychiatric drugs documented in 27 drug regulatory agency warnings to cause mania, psychosis, hostility, aggression and homicidal ideation.
Toll Free: (678) 570-4772 Our agency is comprised by 100% VOLUNTEERS and thus we are not always able to respond to non emergency phone calls and/or emails immediately but will make every effort to respond as quickly as possible.
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The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255), provides access to trained telephone counselors, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.