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More Tomorrows movement

Let’s bring More Tomorrows through hope, help and healing to prevent suicide.

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About the campaign

More Tomorrows is an ongoing public awareness campaign focused on suicide prevention in the Region 6 Behavioral Healthcare service area in Nebraska. Led by The Kim Foundation, the campaign aims to save lives from suicide in our community by teaching the warning signs, how to start the conversation and where to turn for help. We spread this education through presentations, events and various communications.

There are more laughs to be had, more love to give and receive, and more victories to celebrate when there are More Tomorrows. Help people know their story is not over. Take action today by exploring our educational resources.

Warning signs

Suicide prevention starts with learning how to recognize warning signs.

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How to help

Offering someone an opportunity to talk about suicidal feelings may reduce their risk of acting on them.

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Prevention resources

You’re not in this alone. These emergency hotlines and resources can help someone in need of support.

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Suicide is a very real public health problem

Suicide affects individuals of all ages and backgrounds.

Someone in the United States dies by suicide every 11 minutes.

In 2021, 48,123 people died by suicide in the United States.

In 2022, 45% of LGBTQ youth seriously considered attempting suicide.

In 2021, suicide was among the top nine leading causes of death for people ages 10-64. Suicide was the second leading cause of death for people ages 10-14 and 20-34.

The highest rates of suicide are non-Hispanic American Indian/Alaska Native people, followed by non-Hispanic white people, veterans, people living in rural areas, and workers in certain industries, like mining and construction.

In 2021, an estimated 12.3 million adults in the United States seriously thought about suicide, 3.5 million planned a suicide attempt and 1.7 million attempted suicide.

Emergency response

If you are experiencing mental health problems or suicidal thoughts, there are local and national resources available for immediate help.

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Help others learn about suicide prevention

Whether you’re a passionate individual or represent an organization, there are training, volunteering and sponsorship opportunities available to support suicide prevention in our community.

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