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The staff at NASP (National Association of School Psychologists) recommends that, as a school community and parents, we do four things to be proactive in the prevention of teen suicide.
  • Look at the suicide prevention and warning signs information in the NASP link or other suicide/depression organizations.
  • Talk with our children. Know where they are – stay connected with them. If you believe your child needs support, please contact us at the HHS Counseling Office. If your child is finding that they need additional support, we recommend that you connect with a health care professional along with communicating with your child's counselor here at HHS.
  • Monitor your child’s Facebook activity, websites visited and text messages, looking for concerns or warning signs.
  • Take extra precautions with any chemicals, alcohol, prescription medications and firearms/weapons within access of children.
Click here for a helpful resource from the National Association of School Psychologists.  

Click here for resources from SAVE: Suicide Awareness Voices of Education.

Additional Teen Suicide Prevention and Response Resources Below




Get Acrobat Reader  Suicide Prevention and Intervention in Secondary Schoools (pdf)  
Get Acrobat Reader  Responding toTeen Suicide (pdf)  


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