LUK, Inc. joins 19 organizations across the state awarded $1.9 million for statewide suicide prevention services

BOSTON — The Department of Public Health (DPH) today announced $1.9 million in annual state funding over the next 11 years awarded to 19 community organizations to provide suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention services across the state. LUK, Inc. received $99,648 as part of this funding.

Now entering its tenth year, this funding allocation is part of DPH’s Suicide Prevention Program, which seeks to reduce the incidence of suicidal ideation, behavior, and deaths in Massachusetts through investments in community organizations that provide suicide prevention services that are accessible, culturally responsive, and trauma informed. Funded organizations will provide services to people at increased risk of suicidality, communities impacted by suicide, and underserved and historically marginalized populations. Read more here.