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Youth Suicide Prevention: Student Programs

Youth Suicide Prevention: Student Programs

There are several types of student programs that can benefit students, staff, and the school community. Some student programs are meant for all students or a universal approach, such as classroom curriculum. Other student programs are best delivered in a small group or individual setting, such as skill-building for at-risk students and peer leader programs. The links below contain information about the student programs.


See the SPRC BPR list for evidence-based programs

For more information on student programs see SAMHSA's Preventing Suicide - A Toolkit for High Schools. In addition to accessing the PDF version, schools may also request a hard copy of “Preventing Suicide: A Toolkit for High Schools.” While the publication is free, shipping charges may apply. This resource, “Preventing Suicide: A Toolkit for High Schools,” can be ordered by adding it to your cart.

For questions about this information, contact Gregg Curtis (608) 266-2820