September Recognized as Suicide Prevention and Recovery Month

OKLA. (Aug. 29, 2023) – September is National Suicide Prevention and Recovery Month, and the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) is encouraging Oklahomans to learn the warning signs of suicide and raise awareness of recovery options for those battling a substance use disorder. In the past year, a staggering 4.1% of adults in Oklahoma had serious thoughts of suicide, with one in 10 students reporting attempted suicide. Additionally, nearly 300,000 Oklahomans report having a substance use disorder each year.“Mental illness adversely affects thought processes, relationships, productivity and ability to adapt to change or face adversity…

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Draggin’ Main

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