Signs of Teen Suicide and Prevention Tips

Between peer pressure, bodily changes, and stress, teens these days certainly have a lot on their plate. But if your teen is acting more down than usual, crying a lot, and not taking interest in the things that he or she used to, there may be a serious emotional issue that should be addressed right away. This is especially true if your teen is giving away his possessions or talking about killing himself. Ask your teen if anything is wrong, and if there is anything you can do to help. For more suicide prevention tips, watch the video.

At Crime Scene Clean-Up, we have been offering suicide cleanup services for years. If you are concerned about anyone who you think may be suicidal, or you have recently lost someone, we are happy to refer you to victims assistance programs. For more information, call our compassionate team at (630) 405-5698 or visit our website.

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