Dan Deuel of NPO of Utah in the Standard Examiner: “Suicide prevention efforts should include creating positive family environments”

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Dan Deuel of NPO of Utah in the Standard Examiner: “Suicide prevention efforts should include creating positive family environments”

September 27, 2018 

Dan Deuel of National Parents Organization of Utah has written an op-ed in the Standard-Examiner for Suicide Prevention Awareness Month on the increased risk of suicide in divorced men and how changes in family law and parenting time could help. A highlight: “The University of California, Riverside conducted a study examining marital status and suicide. They found that the risk of suicide among divorced men was more than double that of married men.

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