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Have Hope is a partnership between WTHR and Community Health Network that promotes awareness and prevention of suicide in Indiana.

Local woman shares story after suicide attempt

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A mother is sharing her story after she attempted to commit suicide three years ago. But it's a voicemail she left that's really inspiring others to call her "A Ray of...Read more

The impact of suicide in Indiana

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Families who know firsthand the pain of suicide are using their experience to reach out to others in need of help.Read more

Sobering report teases out factors leading to suicides

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Suicide rates inched up in nearly every U.S. state from 1999 through 2016, according to a new government report released Thursday.Read more

Generation at risk: America's youngest facing mental health crisis

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There is an acute health crisis happening among members of the youngest generation of Americans, with critical implications for the country's future.Read more


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New treatment for depression patients previously considered medication-resistant

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More than 90 percent of those who die by suicide have depression or another diagnosed mental or substance abuse disorder, according to the American Association of...Read more

KRULL: A competition no one wants to win

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Studies show that 20 percent – one in five – Hoosier young people has given serious consideration to committing suicide.Read more

Have Hope: Suicide prevention

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Kimble Richardson from Community Health Network and Tammy Lundy, chairman of the "Out of the Darkness Walk," joined WTHR at noon Thursday to talk about suicide...Read more

Indianapolis students hear anti-bullying message

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More than 2,000 students ranging from fourth to eighth grade participated in the Choices for Champions program Thursday.Read more

Back to school can be stressful for teens

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The stress can exist at a dangerous level. In Indiana, suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for youth ages 15-24.Read more


Kate Spade's husband says she suffered from depression

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The husband and business partner of designer Kate Spade, who died in an apparent suicide, said she suffered from depression and anxiety for many years.Read more

'Riley Rocks' share inspiration in the face of bullying

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It all started with a moment no parent ever wants to deal with. 12-year-old Riley wanted to kill herself because of bullying.Read more