Race To Stop Suicide

 

 

 

 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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SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR BELOVED SPONSORS AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS

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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.