Suicide Prevention

Read: Helpful Mental Health Resources for Campuses

Helpful Mental Health Resources for Campuses

Learn how to address mental health issues among students, faculty, and staff

Read: Las Vegas Schools Push to Reopen After Rise in Student Suicides

Las Vegas Schools Push to Reopen After Rise in Student Suicides

Between March and December, 18 Clark County students took their own lives — more than double the amount the district reported in all of 2019.

Read: Court Rules Parents of Student Who Took Own Life Can Sue Cincinnati Schools

Court Rules Parents of Student Who Took Own Life Can Sue Cincinnati Schools

The 8-year-old boy had been knocked unconscious by a classmate two days before he took his own life at his home.

Read: 11-Year-Old Dies After Shooting Himself on School Zoom Call

11-Year-Old Dies After Shooting Himself on School Zoom Call

The sixth-grader’s family denies reports that the shooting was a suicide, instead calling it a “freak accident.”

Read: University System of Georgia Expands Student Mental Health Resources

University System of Georgia Expands Student Mental Health Resources

The state allocated $11.5 million of the Governors Emergency Education Relief (GEER) funding to support mental health initiatives at USG.

Read: Safe and Sound Schools to Host Virtual National Summit on School Safety

Safe and Sound Schools to Host Virtual National Summit on School Safety

The 3-day virtual event will bring together renowned school safety experts, thought leaders and school-based crisis survivors.

Read: Trevor Project: 15% of LGBTQ Youth Attempted Suicide in Past Year

Trevor Project: 15% of LGBTQ Youth Attempted Suicide in Past Year

A new report from The Trevor Project also found 40% of LGBTQ youth have “seriously considered” attempting suicide in the last 12 months.

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: Ready to Face These School Security and Safety Concerns When Students Return?

Ready to Face These School Security and Safety Concerns When Students Return?

As the date to reopen schools gets closer, be sure your campus can address the risks and threats of violence created or exacerbated by the coronavirus shutdown.

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.

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