Individual Membership Category and Annual Dues
Members in this category are loss survivors, attempt survivors, community supporters, volunteers, and those with non-professional interest in suicidology
Members in this category include those who do not fit into the Professional categories: retired/fixed income, current students, those not professionally involved in suicidology but interested in learning more about the field.
|Professional: Early Career, Masters, Lower Income|
Members in this category include early career suicidologists (first 5 years), professionals with a Masters’ level of education, professional work in suicidology or suicide prevention efforts.
|Professional: Career Suicidologist, Doctoral Level, Higher Income|
Members in this category include career suicidologists, in any member division, whose primary focus is suicide and suicide prevention. This also includes those with doctoral level of education.
|*Does not include subscription to Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior Peer-Reviewed Journal|
|Click here to see full list of individual member benefits|
|Organization Membership Category and Annual Dues*|
(based on annual organization revenues in $US)
|$100,000 – $199,999||$270.00 US|
|$200,000 – $499,999||$390.00 US|
|$500,000 – $749,999||$530.00 US|
|$750,000 – $999,999||$650.00 US|
|Click here to become an Organizational Member.|
*Organizational membership is a great way to get the entire company, crisis center, or coalition involved with all that AAS has to offer in suicide prevention and research.
Organizational memberships provide member benefits to the employees of the company/organization, crisis center, or coalition. All qualifying employees must register under the organizational name for membership discounts in training, conferences, and products. Volunteers may also be included in the organizational membership, but must submit a letter of service from the organization. Individual memberships are also available for those who do not qualify for recognition under the organizational membership.
AAS Membership Offers
- Free webinars
- Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, AAS’s peer-reviewed bi-monthly journal, featuring current research, case studies, and applied prevention articles (not available for Basic Level individual members
- AAS Annual Conference and Annual Healing Conference
- Training workshops:
- Psychological Autopsy Certification Training
- Recognizing and Responding to Suicide Risk (Primary Care, and Mental Health Providers in general, corrections, and colleges/universities)
- Publications and resources
- Individual and organizational certification programs:
- Forensic Suicidology Certification
- Crisis Worker Certification
- Crisis Center Accreditation
- Networking opportunities with leading clinicians and researchers in the field
- Participation on committees, task-forces, and grant-funded projects
- Promotion and dissemination of research or suicide prevention projects or initiatives
- Access to national media outlets and reporters
If you have any questions about organizational memberships or member benefits, please contact Nicole Greenough, Membership & Publications Coordinator.