Monday, July 9, 2012 in the New York Times, a site developed in partnership between the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's Office of Suicide Prevention, the Carson J. Spencer Foundation and the Anschutz Family Foundation, and designed by Cactus in Denver, was featured in the New York Times over the weekend.  In the article, PSD's Jarrod Hindman talks about the difficulty of approaching men with issues of mental illness and depression.

While the formal launch of the site isn't scheduled until July 17, the site is "live" now.  On the site, users will find resources, questionnaires and tools -- all guided by the greatness that is Dr. Rich Mahogany.  Take a look, learn something and have a little laugh, too.

Most importantly, pass the link on your guys, buddies, fathers, and friends.

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