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Suicide Prevention

Read: How RFID Technology Can Reduce Gun Violence

How RFID Technology Can Reduce Gun Violence

RFID-based smart guns could significantly reduce the rate of gun violence, including suicides, homicides, and accidents.

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: Student Suicide Prevention: Fostering Resiliency and Teaching Stress-Reduction Skills

Student Suicide Prevention: Fostering Resiliency and Teaching Stress-Reduction Skills

While suicide prevention curriculum is essential to student well-being, so is promoting positive mental health and life skills.

Read: Adapting School Suicide Prevention Programs for Students of Color

Adapting School Suicide Prevention Programs for Students of Color

Schools can improve their suicide prevention efforts by adopting the SOAR (Self-Awareness, Outreach, Adaptation, and Repair) framework.

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: Check Out Campus Safety Conference East’s Agenda!

Check Out Campus Safety Conference East’s Agenda!

Campus Safety Conference East is June 20-22 in Bethesda, Md. Here’s what you’ll learn if you attend.

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.”

Read: Utah State Settles with Family of Student Who Died by Suicide

Utah State Settles with Family of Student Who Died by Suicide

The lawsuit alleges the international graduate student was harassed by a classmate who told her dark skin was “a sign of inferiority.”

Read: FCC Votes to Include Texting Option in Upcoming Suicide Hotline

FCC Votes to Include Texting Option in Upcoming Suicide Hotline

The upcoming 988 suicide hotline, which phone companies have until July 2022 to implement, will now give users the option to also text.

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