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17. Yes, 17 Veterans lost every day TO SUICIDE.

The Gelt Charitable Foundation is sharing resources and emphasizing the importance of mental health with a free virtual workshop, “If You See Something Say Something,” for veterans on Veterans Day. Presented by Leigh Ioffe, certified safeTALK trainer and mental health advocate, this virtual workshop will help veterans recognize the signs of struggling with suicide and

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Proud Partners of the Boston Fire Department

The Gelt Charitable Foundation had the distinct honor of partnering with the Boston Fire Department to combat suicide among first responders. Over 1,500 Boston Firefighters were trained in suicide prevention this summer using Gelt Charitable Foundation’s new first responder curriculum.  A leading cause of death among firefighters is suicide. In 2019, over 118 firefighters died

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Suicide: Law Enforcement’s Silent Killer

Deputy John Helme is tired of watching his friends die.  As the law enforcement corrections coordinator for the Suncoast Criminal Justice Academy and a Navy veteran, Dep. Helme’s has seen it all, but none more disturbing than the rise in law enforcement suicides. In 2019, more police officers died by suicide than active duty deaths.

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Survivors of Human Trafficking Empowered with Skills

The reality of the rate of suicide is a startling and devastating wake up call to those who are not up close and personal with the crisis. The Gelt Charitable Foundation, a Florida based non-profit organization that provides suicide prevention workshops worldwide, is on the forefront of the fight to spread awareness. They work with

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When You Think Someone is Suicidal

Suicide. Does the word make you want to look away? Most people are uncomfortable discussing it, and even more to be faced with it. We hope you never need the tools being provided here, but part of suicide prevention is making sure we all have the tools in the box. When a friend is going

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17. Yes, 17 Veterans lost every day TO SUICIDE.

The Gelt Charitable Foundation is sharing resources and emphasizing the importance of mental health with a free virtual workshop, “If You See Something Say Something,” for veterans on Veterans Day. Presented by Leigh Ioffe, certified safeTALK trainer and mental health advocate, this virtual workshop will help veterans recognize the signs of struggling with suicide and

Read More »

Proud Partners of the Boston Fire Department

The Gelt Charitable Foundation had the distinct honor of partnering with the Boston Fire Department to combat suicide among first responders. Over 1,500 Boston Firefighters were trained in suicide prevention this summer using Gelt Charitable Foundation’s new first responder curriculum.  A leading cause of death among firefighters is suicide. In 2019, over 118 firefighters died

Read More »

Suicide: Law Enforcement’s Silent Killer

Deputy John Helme is tired of watching his friends die.  As the law enforcement corrections coordinator for the Suncoast Criminal Justice Academy and a Navy veteran, Dep. Helme’s has seen it all, but none more disturbing than the rise in law enforcement suicides. In 2019, more police officers died by suicide than active duty deaths.

Read More »

Survivors of Human Trafficking Empowered with Skills

The reality of the rate of suicide is a startling and devastating wake up call to those who are not up close and personal with the crisis. The Gelt Charitable Foundation, a Florida based non-profit organization that provides suicide prevention workshops worldwide, is on the forefront of the fight to spread awareness. They work with

Read More »

When You Think Someone is Suicidal

Suicide. Does the word make you want to look away? Most people are uncomfortable discussing it, and even more to be faced with it. We hope you never need the tools being provided here, but part of suicide prevention is making sure we all have the tools in the box. When a friend is going

Read More »

17. Yes, 17 Veterans lost every day TO SUICIDE.

The Gelt Charitable Foundation is sharing resources and emphasizing the importance of mental health with a free virtual workshop, “If You See Something Say Something,” for veterans on Veterans Day. Presented by Leigh Ioffe, certified safeTALK trainer and mental health advocate, this virtual workshop will help veterans recognize the signs of struggling with suicide and

Read More »

Proud Partners of the Boston Fire Department

The Gelt Charitable Foundation had the distinct honor of partnering with the Boston Fire Department to combat suicide among first responders. Over 1,500 Boston Firefighters were trained in suicide prevention this summer using Gelt Charitable Foundation’s new first responder curriculum.  A leading cause of death among firefighters is suicide. In 2019, over 118 firefighters died

Read More »

Suicide: Law Enforcement’s Silent Killer

Deputy John Helme is tired of watching his friends die.  As the law enforcement corrections coordinator for the Suncoast Criminal Justice Academy and a Navy veteran, Dep. Helme’s has seen it all, but none more disturbing than the rise in law enforcement suicides. In 2019, more police officers died by suicide than active duty deaths.

Read More »

Survivors of Human Trafficking Empowered with Skills

The reality of the rate of suicide is a startling and devastating wake up call to those who are not up close and personal with the crisis. The Gelt Charitable Foundation, a Florida based non-profit organization that provides suicide prevention workshops worldwide, is on the forefront of the fight to spread awareness. They work with

Read More »

When You Think Someone is Suicidal

Suicide. Does the word make you want to look away? Most people are uncomfortable discussing it, and even more to be faced with it. We hope you never need the tools being provided here, but part of suicide prevention is making sure we all have the tools in the box. When a friend is going

Read More »
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Proud Partners of the Boston Fire Department

The Gelt Charitable Foundation is proud to have partnered with the City of Boston to train the entire Boston Fire Department in suicide prevention.

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