September is National Suicide Prevention Month. The Brookfield Health Department is looking to shine a spotlight on a topic not often talked about. The Brookfield Cares website has information about suicide prevention, along with information on the new 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline. Also known as Suicide Awareness Month, officials are highlighting the impact on family and friends long after the loss of a loved one. According to the National Institutes of Health, on average, one person commits suicide every 16.2 minutes in the U-S. Two-thirds of the people who commit suicide suffer from depression. Meanwhile, the National Alliance on Mental Illness is hosting a Family Support Group at the Senior Center building on the last Wednesday of the month at 7pm.