Suicide prevention elevated to top priority in Colorado Springs after deaths reach all-time high
By By Debbie Kelley, Colorado Springs Gazette
What if every neighborhood in Colorado Springs had a block party, where residents could get to know one another and then check in on each other regularly?
What if more employers offered training on how to identify signs of mental imbalance and what to do if someone seems to be spiraling downward?
What if gun owners voluntarily obtained locks or safes to store their firearms at home, to reduce the likelihood that a family member in psychological distress would try to take their lives?