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MAY 2017
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June 4: Integrating Suicide Prevention & Mental Wellness into Your Workplace Culture at CFMA’s 2017 Annual Conference & Exhibition

June 7: Suicide Prevention in Construction: Resources & Action Plans to Implement Today at CFMA’s 2017 Annual Conference & Exhibition

June 20: Suicide Prevention Summit hosted by CFMA’s Massachusetts Chapter with MassMen

August 17: Suicide Prevention Summit hosted by CFMA's Middle Tennessee Chapter with AGC & NAWIC

September 26: Suicide Prevention Summit hosted by CFMA’s Las Vegas Chapter

Cal_Beyer_ENRready1.jpg Build on the Momentum of Mental Health Month to Create Campaigns Throughout the Year

Since May is Mental Health Month, many companies are highlighting mental wellness, mental health condition awareness, and recovery. To help ensure your company’s mental health awareness campaign succeeds and endures beyond this month, here are 10 tips that can help make a lasting impact.

TOP 8 V2-1.jpg Establishing Safeguards for Mental Health

You’ve been trained since childhood to go to the doctor when you’re sick or hurt, but when the problem is depression, anxiety, or another mental health condition, the protocol isn’t always so clear cut. How do you know if it’s serious enough to warrant a trip to see a counselor? Mental health screenings are a quick, easy, and anonymous way to gather information about your own mental health. In planning for National Depression Screening Day (October 5, 2017), the Alliance is working with Screening for Mental Health to create a screening portal that Alliance members will be able to use and share; more information to come as this tool develops.

Contribute to FSU Study on Psychological Wellbeing of Employees

The Department of Psychology at Florida State University, in partnership with the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention’s Workplace Task Force, the Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention, and the United Suicide Survivors International, is conducting a study on the psychological wellbeing of employees within the construction and extraction industry. Click here if you are interested in participating in this anonymous and confidential survey that will take approximately 15-20 minutes. You must be at least 18 years of age and currently working in construction. If you have any questions, please contact

Forefront-Lakeside Industries Keynote Paves the Way to End Construction Suicides

Forefront co-founder Jennifer Stuber gave the keynote address at the Lakeside Industries Leadership Conference on “What construction supervisors need to know about mental health and suicide prevention.”

NECA.png It's Time to Improve Suicide Awareness & Prevention in the Construction Industry

Start the conversation about suicide prevention in your company then take advantage of the resources available to expand your suicide prevention efforts for the benefit of your employees and the industry.

What Do Farmers, Construction Workers & Police Officers Have in Common?

Unfortunately, higher rates of suicide than many other occupations. Workplace mental health programs can help.

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