Suicide

Read: Chadron State Settles Title IX Lawsuit for $900K

Chadron State Settles Title IX Lawsuit for $900K

The Title IX lawsuit claimed Chadron State failed to investigate a student’s abuse by her boyfriend, which led to her committing suicide.

Read: Compassion Fatigue: Your Job Is to Help Others, but Who Is Helping You?

Compassion Fatigue: Your Job Is to Help Others, but Who Is Helping You?

First responders, clinicians, educators, counselors and others in the helping professions can be vulnerable to compassion fatigue. Here’s how you can take care of yourself during these troubling times.

Read: Oregon Security Officer Receives Citizen Honors Award for Stopping School Shooting

Oregon Security Officer Receives Citizen Honors Award for Stopping School Shooting

Keanon Lowe received the award from the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation for disarming a student.

Read: Wisconsin Governor Signs Student Safety and Support Legislation

Wisconsin Governor Signs Student Safety and Support Legislation

The newly signed bills cover suicide prevention, mental health and seclusion and restraints.

Read: Taking a Community-Based Approach to Campus Mental Health

Taking a Community-Based Approach to Campus Mental Health

Universities are identifying innovative ways to reduce the stigma of getting help for mental health issues.

Read: Signs a Student May Be Struggling With Their Mental Health and How to Help

Signs a Student May Be Struggling With Their Mental Health and How to Help

A new whitepaper from Mental Health America and Impero discusses the effects of stress and loneliness on students and how school staff and parents can help.

Read: Columbine Survivor, Student Safety Advocate to Keynote 2020 Campus Safety Conferences

Columbine Survivor, Student Safety Advocate to Keynote 2020 Campus Safety Conferences

Craig Scott of Value-Up will present ‘Columbine and Beyond: Helping Students Recognize Their Own Value and the Value of Others’ at all three of this summer’s Campus Safety Conferences.

Read: Tip Lines Receive Far More Reports of Suicidal Students Than School Violence

Tip Lines Receive Far More Reports of Suicidal Students Than School Violence

In the first six months, the Safe2SayPA tip line received 4,713 tips related to suicide and self-harm compared to 607 reports of threats against schools.

Read: Conn. State Task Force Issues Recommendations After 2 Student Suicides

Conn. State Task Force Issues Recommendations After 2 Student Suicides

The state task force, made up of mental health experts and college counselors, was created by the General Assembly during the 2019 legislative session.

Read: Woman, 2 Children Found Dead Next to Northeastern University Garage

Woman, 2 Children Found Dead Next to Northeastern University Garage

The deaths have prompted Northeastern University to increase security at the parking facility.

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