Race To Stop Suicide

 

What We Do

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NORMALIZE

Normalize the conversation about teen suicide and preventable death. Become aware of the warning signs with real talk. Open up the dialogue about real issues that affect us every day.

EDUCATE

Children who experience physical, sexual, and emotional abuse or neglect are at least two to three times more likely to attempt suicide.

EXTEND

The most common cause of suicide, deep depressive thoughts are typically accompanied with a sense of suffering and a feeling of hopelessness about escaping the pain.

September Is Suicide Awareness Month Banner

September is Suicide Awareness Month. This is a time to talk about suicide prevention and mental health. This is a time to reach out to those who might be struggling and let them know that they are not alone. This is a time to remind ourselves that suicide is preventable. If you are struggling with suicidal thoughts, it is important to seek help from a mental health professional.

 

If You Are Struggling Call Or Text 988 Right Now!

 the Race to Stop Suicide program and

Daniel Dye Racing

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Through the Race to Stop Suicide program, Daniel Dye Racing works to support behavioral service programs for children and adolescents, as well as education and training for the local community and various places the team competes.

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Suicide is a preventable public health problem and a leading cause of death in the United States. More investment in suicide prevention, education and research will prevent the untimely deaths of thousands of Americans each year.
Since the introduction of Race to Stop Suicide on Daniel’s #43, he and the team have received multiple messages from folks who were profoundly impacted by its presence. Through the Race to Stop Suicide program, Daniel Dye Racing works to support behavioral service programs for children and adolescents, as well as education and training for the local community and various places the team competes.
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“People want to talk to someone who understands…” - Randy Dye

Real Talk. With the Right Resources. For the Race to Stop Suicide.

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Education

For example, people who have experienced violence, including child abuse, bullying, or sexual violence have a higher suicide risk.

We Can All Take Action

Evidence shows that providing support services, talking about suicide, reducing access to means of self-harm, and following up with loved ones are just some of the actions we can all take to help others.

Hope can happen

Suicide is not inevitable for anyone. By starting the conversation, providing support, and directing help to those who need it, we can prevent suicides and save lives.

RISK

Many factors increase the risk for suicide or protect against it. Suicide is connected to other forms of injury and violence.

Crisis Centers

By offering immediate counseling to everyone that may need it, local crisis centers provide invaluable support at critical times and connect individuals to local services.

Mental Health

Suicide is a serious public health problem that has lasting harmful effects on individuals, families, and communities. The goal of suicide prevention is to reduce factors that increase risk and increase factors that promote resilience.

JOIN OUR CAUSE

Are you ready to join our movement in the Race To Stop Suicide? Lets work together to normalize the conversation

OUR LEADERSHIP

Randy Dye

Randy Dye is the owner of Daytona Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM and Maserati Alfa Romeo of Daytona which employs more than 100 people from our community. A former race car driver himself, he is the current owner of Daniel Dye Racing where his son Daniel drives on NASCAR’s ARCA Circuit. Through the ‘Race to Stop Suicide’ program, Daniel Dye Racing works to support behavioral service programs for children and adolescents, as well as education and training for the local community and various places the team competes.

 

 

Daniel Dye

Daniel Dye of DeLand, a 16-year-old Pro Late Model Driver for Ben Kennedy Racing, is a spokesperson for the initiative’s Race to Stop Suicide campaign. Dye, who races at New Smyrna Beach Speedway and other racetracks in the series, has the message “Race to Stop Suicide” displayed on the hood of his race car and on his hero cards for fans. In addition, Dye is featured in the campaign’s public service announcements airing on local radio stations. The PSAs include a message from Dye providing information on suicide prevention and mental health resources.

Upcoming Events

Wealth and Health

Montreal, Qc

Feb 02, 2017

We are planned to run a relief camp in the upcoming month. Its going to be a great successfull by the people having god hearted. In this camp, we will receive fund, food, garment materials.

We are planned to run a relief camp in the upcoming month. Its going to be a great successfull by the people having god hearted. In this camp, we will receive fund, food, garment materials.

All Over World NGO Meet

Montreal, Qc

Feb 02, 2017

We are planned to run a relief camp in the upcoming month. Its going to be a great successfull by the people having god hearted. In this camp, we will receive fund, food, garment materials.

We are planned to run a relief camp in the upcoming month. Its going to be a great successfull by the people having god hearted. In this camp, we will receive fund, food, garment materials.

Help Stop Suicide!

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Engage

Engage the person at risk in a personable way, use eye contact, give your full attention, don’t act distracted.

Explore

Explore their situation from his or her point of view by encouraging the open expression of their personal concerns. Show that you want to understand their feelings.

Inquire

If the person is indeed contemplating suicide, you need to inquire into the reasons why these events and feelings are leading to a consideration of suicide at this time. Why now?

Assess

Use closed questions that require a yes/no answer. Be specific. Your assessment is a combination of gut feelings and an assessment of risk factors you have learned about.

Faq

Who We Are and Why?

We are group of volunteers and have a properly registered NGO. Please visit our site to get more details.

How To Become Volunteers?

To become volunteer of our NGO, visit our website or our office which is in 11, HOWENT Road, NewYork

How Can I Donate To The Orphanage?

You can donate by using our website or can provide check and mailed to our address. We welcome you.

Who We Are and Why?

We are group of volunteers having helping hearts to help helpless people regardless of the countries and religions.

How To Become Volunteers?

To become volunteer of our NGO, visit our website or our office which is in 11, HOWENT Road, NewYork

How Can I Donate To The Orphanage?

You can donate by using our website or can provide check and mailed to our address. We welcome you.

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR BELOVED SPONSORS AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS

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