can you hear me?

Effective as of April 2017, TSPN’s three monthly and bimonthly newsletters were consolidated into a single electronic newsletter, scheduled for publication on the first of each month.

The change in format is intended to reduce TSPN paper and printing costs, as well as the labor involved with research, design, and production. The move is also in keeping with the emerging trend of web-based newsletters within the non-profit sector.

Previous editions of the TSPN Call to Action are archived here for the benefit of our readers.

The current TSPN Call to Action is available at http://conta.cc/2nnDl14.

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can you hear me? evolved from a suggestion taken at a TSPN Advisory Council meeting regarding an outlet for supporting survivors of suicide attempts and developing local support group meetings.  Each edition of this bimonthly newsletter will include articles and poetry associated with the recovery process, and also artwork from various sources. It will also feature information about Suicide Anonymous and about the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

The Network is actively soliciting articles and artwork for forthcoming editions; these may be submitted to the TSPN central office at [email protected] with the subject line “CYHM Submission”. Feedback and suggestions can also be sent to this address with the subject line “CYHM Feedback”.

Click here to read the February-March 2017 edition of can you hear me?, available in color or monochrome versions.

Lessons from a Suicide Attempt Survivor Who Got a Second Chance

My Heart Contrived

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

December 2016-January 2017 (color or monochrome) versions.

What I Need From You When I Talk About My Suicidal Ideation

30 Ways to Creatively Engage With Your Illness

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

October-November 2016 (color or monochrome) versions.

I No Longer Fear Suicide

I’ve Been Down That Very Road, My Friend

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

August-September 2016 (color or monochrome) versions.

A Letter to the Person Considering Suicide

A Decade of Living After Trying To Die

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

June-July 2016 (color or monochrome) versions.

Love, Hate, and Suicide

Five Lies Depression Told Me

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

April-May 2016 (color or monochrome) versions.

From Suicide to Success

I Am Worth Living For

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

February-March 2016 (color or monochrome) versions.

Clarke’s Story

Your Heart on Art Spotlight

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

December 2015-January 2016 (color or monochrome) versions.

Coming Out as a Suicide Survivor

Waking Up When It’s Not Your Intention

Autobiography in Five Short Chapters

Your Heart on Art Spotlight

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

October-November 2015 (color or monochrome) versions.

Providers Willing to Share

University of Memphis Research Study

A Journey Toward Health and Hope: Your Handbook for Recovery After a Suicide Attempt

What to Do If you Start to Feel Suicidal

Lived Experience Healing Art

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

August-September 2015 (color or monochrome) versions.

Tricia’s Story

Coping Statements for Suicidal Thoughts

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

June-July 2015 (color or monochrome) versions.

Hope: A Four-Letter Word

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

 

April-May 2015 (color or monochrome) versions.

Surviving My Suicide Attempt

“Inside the Darkness” Project

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

 

February-March 2015 (color or monochrome) versions.

The Search for the Perfect Nap

Spotlight: With Help Comes Hope

Spotlight: “Stories of Hope and Recovery”

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

 

December 2014-January 2015 edition (color or monochrome) versions.

Kevin Hines Is Still Alive

My Biggest Achievement So Far

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

 

October-November 2014 edition (color or monochrome) versions.

The ER Visit

Reflections from the Staff of Buzzfeed

Stones and Sticks

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

 

August-September 2014 edition (color or monochrome) versions.

The Way Forward

I Use That Choice Wisely

Will You Miss Me If I Go?

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

 

June-July 2014 edition (color or monochrome)

You Had To Keep It Together

Spotlight: “A Voice at the Table”

Cutting and Self-Injury: Finding Better Ways to Cope

Waking Up Alive

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

 

April-May 2014 edition (color or monochrome)

To Make What I Did Wrong Right

Spotlight: Live Through This

Attempt Survivors Needed for Online Research Survey

AAS Creates Lived Experience/Attempt Survivors Divisions

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

 

February-March 2014 edition (color or monochrome)

Abbie’s Story

We Are Not Prepared to Intervene

HELPRO Suicide Therapist Finder

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

 

December 2013-January 2014 edition (color or monochrome)

The Best of Times, The Worst of Times

I No Longer Fear Suicide

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?

 

October-November 2013 edition (color or monochrome)

Samantha’s Story

Kevin’s Story: To Hell and Back

Suicide Anonymous

Crisis Resources in Your Area

Need Help Right Now?