SADAG Counsellors Available to Avoid Suicides

SADAG says 23 suicides occur daily in South Africa and more than 230 attempted suicides are reported every day

The South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) says that 23 suicides occur daily in South Africa and more than 230 attempted suicides are reported every day, adding that help is available to anyone planning on taking their own life.
 
SADAG spokesperson, Meryl Da Costa, states that counsellors are available 24 hours a day to offer assistance and referrals to clinics to those in need.

Da Costa asserts that, “Counsellors are trained to identify symptoms leading to suicide, and information is readily available on what to do once such symptoms are suspected.”

To read the article titled, “Tuks, Menlyn suicides worries depression group,” click here.

Source: 
The Citizen

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