Suicide

Read: Wife Fatally Shoots Terminally Ill Husband in Florida Hospital

Wife Fatally Shoots Terminally Ill Husband in Florida Hospital

The woman told police that three weeks ago she and her husband made a suicide pact that they would carry out if his condition deteriorated.

Read: Mental Health in America: Test Your Awareness with This Quiz

Mental Health in America: Test Your Awareness with This Quiz

Recent studies have shown a significant increase in Americans reporting mental health disorders. See how “in the know” you are with this general knowledge quiz.

Read: How Early Intervention Software Empowers Schools to Keep Students Safe

How Early Intervention Software Empowers Schools to Keep Students Safe

Raptor’s StudentSafe software helps schools recognize, document, support, and manage the wellbeing of individual students.

Read: TimelyMD Back-to-School Survey Reveals Good News, Bad News About Students’ Mental Health

TimelyMD Back-to-School Survey Reveals Good News, Bad News About Students’ Mental Health

Students say their top five stressors are now their own mental health, mass shootings, inflation, finances, and academics.

Read: University of Kentucky’s Mission to Help Students Combat Anxiety

University of Kentucky’s Mission to Help Students Combat Anxiety

In a recent survey, 69.2% of adults ages 18-24 reported symptoms of anxiety, depression, or both. Here’s what the University of Kentucky is doing to support its students.

Read: Social Media: Both a Criminal Accelerant and a Law Enforcement Tool

Social Media: Both a Criminal Accelerant and a Law Enforcement Tool

While social media is increasingly being used — especially by young people — for bragging about crimes, it also continues to prove useful in solving crimes.

Read: Nearly Half of LGBTQ Teens Considered Suicide in 2021

Nearly Half of LGBTQ Teens Considered Suicide in 2021

A new survey has found that 48% of LGBTQ teens, ages 13-17, seriously considered attempting suicide last year.

Read: Why Your School’s Anonymous Tip Line Needs to Have a Texting Option

Why Your School’s Anonymous Tip Line Needs to Have a Texting Option

Director of the Year K-12 finalist Christopher Ellisor talks about his district’s success with adding a texting option to its anonymous tip line, and his recommendations for a district considering a similar undertaking.

Read: Behavioral Health Director Speaks to the State of Mental Health in K-12 Schools

Behavioral Health Director Speaks to the State of Mental Health in K-12 Schools

Dr. Amy Grosso shares her observations of the pandemic’s effects on student and teacher mental health and what her district is doing to address concerns.

Read: University of Utah Student Told Police He Killed Girlfriend in Suicide Pact

University of Utah Student Told Police He Killed Girlfriend in Suicide Pact

The student sent an email to a university employee saying he was going to inject his girlfriend with heroin to “relieve her from suffering.”

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