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Suicide is one of the most devastating outcomes of serious mental illness (SMI). Although there is no way to know what someone is thinking, there are often warning signs for suicidal thoughts and potential attempts. The keys to suicide prevention are to recognize the signs when they are present and then act quickly when you see them. This helps keep your loved ones safe.
View this fact sheet to learn more about the warning signs of suicide and how to intervene.