Suicide Prevention

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: 5 Campus Safety Trends That Shaped the Last Decade

5 Campus Safety Trends That Shaped the Last Decade

As we approach the start of a new decade and take a look back at the last 10 years, campus safety and security have undeniably evolved. Here’s how.

Read: 9 Ways to Improve Your Daily Mental Health

9 Ways to Improve Your Daily Mental Health

Here are nine things experts say you can do on a regular basis to bolster your mental health, including sitting up straight and helping others.

Read: Teen Takes Own Life After Classmates Share Intimate Messages Online

Teen Takes Own Life After Classmates Share Intimate Messages Online

Students and parents are calling on the Coffee County School District to increase bullying awareness and suicide prevention.

Read: Most of Pennsylvania’s Safe2Say Something Anonymous Tips Are for Mental Health Issues

Most of Pennsylvania’s Safe2Say Something Anonymous Tips Are for Mental Health Issues

More than 90% of tips made on the state’s Safe2Say Something school anonymous tip app are related to mental health problems, specifically suicides.

Read: Penn’s Head of Mental Health Services Dies by Suicide

Penn’s Head of Mental Health Services Dies by Suicide

Gregory Eells had joined the department that provides mental health services in March.

Read: Safe2Say Something Reveals Student Safety Concerns in P.A. Schools

Safe2Say Something Reveals Student Safety Concerns in P.A. Schools

Through the Safe2Say Something program, it’s easy and confidential to report safety concerns to help prevent violence in schools.

Read: Truman State, Fraternity, Student Named in Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Truman State, Fraternity, Student Named in Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Families of the victims believe the defendants had knowledge of their sons’ depression and encouraged them to take their own lives.

Read: 3x as Many Girls Report Being Cyberbullied Than Boys

3x as Many Girls Report Being Cyberbullied Than Boys

Twenty-one percent of girls in middle and high schools reported being bullied online or over texts while less than 7% of boys reported being cyberbullied.

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