But it’s still important – possibly even more important
By Mark Kaufman, MSW, LICSW • JFCS Counselor
September is National Suicide Awareness Prevention Month. One year ago, I wrote about how hard it can be to ask someone if they are thinking about suicide and called attention to the[...]
By Mark Kaufman, MSW, LICSW, JFCS Counselor
Suicide is unfortunately more common than many think. We hear about it often – but suicide is hardest when it strikes close to home.
I met Jim when I was a young teen, growing up in a rural area of Ohio. He came from the South, [...]
By Barbara Rudnick • JFCS Family Life Education Program Manager
JFCS cares! We want you to know that we are here to offer information, help and support for those suffering from mental health and many other life challenges. Mental and physical illness, loss, feelings of hopelessness, helplessnes[...]