Preventing Firearm Suicide During the Pandemic and Social Unrest

During the pandemic and nationwide protests firearm purchases have soared — a concern for suicide prevention specialists, says a Rutgers expert. An increase in firearm sales during COVID-19 has led to a concern “about the number of people who are gaining access to the most lethal method for suicide while facing barriers to mental health care,” says Rutgers expert Dr. Michael Anestis… Read more