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Suicide does not happen in a vacuum -- it happens in families. Family members must play a role in suicide prevention. To do this though, they need to know how suicidality arises and how they can help. They need to know the danger and warning signs of suicide, the risk factors, and how suicidality and mental health are linked.
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Specialized programming falls short without family and community engagement. Personal support systems that are engaged will promote and encourage well-being and recovery. Families and communities need to look at the whole person and take into account that wellness is multi-dimensional, and a person diagnosed with an illness can experience well-being.