Few days Before Social Media Giant Facebook recognising World Suicide Prevention Day by Releasing New Tool for the Peoples Who may be at Risk.
Facebook Faced Many bad incidents such as live Suicide, Children Abusing, Brutal attacks that’s going Viral in Billion of Facebook Users.
In this case Facebook Launched Safety Centre with additional resources about suicide prevention and online well being to Prevent the people who may have at Risky Situation.
All the Facebook Users can access the Tool that will resolve conflict online, help a friend who is expressing suicidal thoughts or get resources if they’re going through a difficult time.
Collaboration with Medical Organisation
Facebook always being collaborated with mental health organisations for Many year and keep Understanding the peoples Mentality, learning the Peoples Relationships to help the People Who have psychologically Affected and help build a safe community on and off Facebook .
Facebook said, Because of the relationships people have on Facebook, we are in a unique position to help connect those in distress with friends who can show support. Mental health experts say these connections can be helpful in preventing suicide, and we see it happen in a variety of ways.
Tools and Resources
New Tool That Released By Facebook will assist for the People Who may be thinking of suicide, as well as the support we offer to their concerned friends and family members
- Integrated suicide prevention tools to help people in real time on Facebook Live
- Live chat support from crisis support organizations through Messenger
- Streamlined reporting for suicide, assisted by artificial intelligence
Also People can seeking help for Following Category.
- Talk to a Friend
- Contact To Help Line
- Get Tips And Support
We take other steps, such as working with suicide prevention partners to collect phrases, hashtags and group names associated with online challenges encouraging self-harm or suicide. We offer resources to people that search for these terms on Facebook. We also remove content that violates our Community Standards, which don’t allow the promotion of self-injury or suicide. Facebook Said.