A Rutgers researcher appeals to the medical community for better treatment tools and insurance coverage.
A new Rutgers study shows that middle-aged people are particularly vulnerable to suicide when under financial or economic stress.
As the NJ Hopeline moves into its second year, the state’s suicide prevention hotline operated by Rutgers counts its success one call at a time.
Julie Phillips says male baby boomers are 1.6 times more likely to kill themselves than prior generation.
Recognizing how critical response time can be, all calls are answered quickly by counselors on duty.