"I think you're bridging and bringing together some disparate issues that can only benefit the field."

-- Bob Glover, Ph.D., Executive Director, National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD)

"Terrific! I'm delighted to learn of this new endeavor. As a veteran - 25-plus years - of school-based suicide prevention, I'm glad to see a publication devoted to prevention. This magazine promises to be a great addition to the field, and more user friendly than many research journals."

-- Diane M. Ryerson, MSW, LCSW, National Director, SAFE: TEEN, Prevention Division Director for American Association of Suicidology, Founding Chair of the Suicide Prevention Coalition of Colorado and Advisory Board member of the Colorado Office of Suicide Prevention

"Our members, especially those involved in school-wide prevention programs, will really benefit from this information."

-- Susan Gorin, CAE, Executive Director, National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)

"The professionals who work in the hospital setting are committed to saving lives. That is why suicide prevention is such a critical issue for our members. Physicians, risk managers, directors of nursing, and other clinical and administrative leaders can benefit from shared knowledge about prevention strategies. That is why we welcome all efforts - like this magazine - to educate both the public and professionals."

-- Mark Covall, Executive Director, National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems (NAPHS)

"Definitely it would be useful... it would make the issue (of suicide) more general. Sometimes the problem with training in corrections is that assume that it's non-epidemic on the outside."

-- Lance Courtier, Ph.D., Chief of Psychological Services, Pennsylvania Department of Corrections

"Provocative dialogue and collaboration among disparate groups are essential to moving suicide prevention forward. This magazine looks like it will be a dynamic and comprehensive resource that will facilitate just that - and by doing so, help the field move ahead as it seeks to save lives."

-- Terry L. Wise, J.D., lecturer and author of Waking Up: Climbing Through The Darkness, survivor of a suicide attempt