As Suicide Prevention Month draws to a close, it’s crucial to remember that the conversations and actions taken during this dedicated time must continue year-round. Mental health and suicide prevention are not limited to a single month; they are ongoing concerns that demand our attention, empathy, and commitment. We’ve made significant strides in raising awareness, reducing stigma, and expanding access to mental health resources, but there’s still much work to be done. Let’s carry the momentum and compassion from this month forward, supporting one another, checking in on friends and loved ones, and advocating for policies that prioritize mental health services. Together, we can make every month a time to prevent suicide and promote mental well-being.