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R;pple does not provide mental health support

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All Questions

General
Why Should You Deploy R;pple?
How Does R;pple Work?
How to Install R;pple
The Security
The Data Privacy
The Technical Components
R;pple’s Visual Appearance
What Digital Suicide Prevention Tools Have Existed Previously?
The Impact of R;pple
Our Biggest Challenges
The Financials
The Communications
The Future Development
How to Support R;pple

How do you know there is demand for R;pple?

“In a population survey of 21 year olds, of the 248 participants who had made attempts on their

life, almost three quarters reported harmful internet use.” Bristol University, 2016.

There are an average of 611,000 harmful online searches per month just in the United States, with  an average of 40,000 users choosing to click on the support link presented to them – that’s 6.5%.

“There are 1.2 million internet searches for ways to take your own life every month” - Suicide  Forum, 2018