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Friday, August 01, 2014

Order Now—Preventing Suicide: A Toolkit for High Schools



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Order Now—Preventing Suicide: A Toolkit for High Schools
The publication Preventing Suicide: A Toolkit for High Schools is available again in the SAMHSA Store. Our first printing of this important resource was very popular and ran out quickly.
This toolkit assists in designing and implementing strategies to prevent suicide and promote behavioral health. It includes tools to develop a
Preventing Suicide - A Toolkit for High Schoolers
multifaceted suicide prevention program that responds to students' needs and their cultures.
The toolkit will help schools:
  • Assess the ability to prevent suicide among students and to respond to suicides that may occur.
  • Understand strategies that can help students who are at risk for suicide.
  • Know how to respond to the suicide of a student or other member of the school community.
  • Integrate suicide prevention into activities that fulfill other aspects of the school's mission, such as preventing the abuse of alcohol and other drugs.

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