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ACT on FACTS is an updated version of the Best Practices, free, online training for educators Making Educators Partners in Youth Suicide Prevention offered by the Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide. It provides two hours of professional development credit to educators at the discretion of your local school district, but is open to anyone who is interested in reviewing current strategies for youth suicide prevention in schools. Learn More
Not My Kid: What Every Parent Should Know about Teen Suicide.
The questions to ask about whether or not a child may be at risk for suicide can be complicated. This short 17 minute Best Practices video for parents asks and answers a few of those questions, but more importantly, it demonstrates how to ask those questions – and keep asking – until parents get answers that help them understand whether or not their child is at risk for suicide.Watch our 17 Minute Video
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The mission of the Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide is to reduce the number of youth
The Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide was founded in 2005 by Scott Fritz and Don
Quigley, two friends who lost teenaged...