Did you know that RTD responds to calls from people in crisis several times per week? These numbers signal a growing need for mental health and suicide prevention awareness. To support the community it serves, RTD has partnered with the Colorado Office of Behavioral Health Colorado Crisis Services to develop a suicide prevention campaign. The campaign aims to generate awareness about suicide prevention, educate RTD riders and employees about the warning signs of suicide and provide resources to people in crisis, or those who may know someone in crisis. Visit the RTD website to learn about the signs and risk factors that may help determine if someone is at risk for suicide and the resources available to help those in need. RTD cares about the wellbeing of its employees and riders. If you or someone you know is struggling or feeling down, contact Colorado Crisis Services for immediate and confidential assistance, 24/7/365.
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