Which OHIO counties have the highest suicide rates?

New data shows the highest rate of suicide in counties around Cleveland, which is a major metropolitan area.

It’s the third highest suicide rate in the country according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The data also show the suicide rate is higher in Cleveland and surrounding counties.

In fact, Ohio has one of the highest rates of suicide per capita.

It has a rate of 4.5 suicides per 100,000 people, according to CDC.

But the data also shows that the rate in Ohio is higher than other states, according the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

Ohio has a suicide rate of 1.5 per 100 people.

Ohio has the third lowest suicide rate, according CDC.

The Ohio Department of Health has a number of measures to address mental health issues, including the Mental Health Suicide Prevention Initiative, which has a goal of reducing suicides.

But that initiative does not cover Cleveland.

It does not have a suicide hotline and no statewide suicide hotline is active.

The CDC says a number are available in Ohio.

According to the CDC, Ohio’s suicide rate ranks No. 5 among states.

But other studies have found that the number of suicide deaths in Ohio may be much higher.

The CDC also notes that Ohio’s unemployment rate is the fifth highest in the nation.

That is a state that was hit hard by the recession.

In 2016, the unemployment rate was 7.4 percent.