With increased awareness, effective participation, and early intervention, suicide is not inevitable. We can avoid the lasting human, social, and economic impact of suicide.
Prevention is crictically important, possible, and effective---especially if the warning signs are recognized and acted upon early.
Training sessions will be available throughout the academic year.
Training programs will provide you with information to use
immediately if someone comes to you for help.
Learn the risk factors and warning signs.
There is no shame in asking or receiving help for mental health issues.
Summer and Fall schedule to be announced soon.