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Peer-to-Peer Suicide Prevention Grants

Grant Overview and Purpose of the Funding

The Student Services/Prevention and Wellness Team at DPI is pleased to announce a second round Peer-to-Peer Suicide Prevention Grants. The applications are due to DPI on Friday, December 9, at 4:30 p.m. With a focus on training Wisconsin students to recognize the signs of suicide shown by fellow students, peer-to-peer programs use messages of hope, health, and strength to develop peer leaders and resources for students who may be struggling.

Any school at which pupils attend high school grades (including public, tribal, charter, and private schools), which has not already applied in the 2022-23 school year, is eligible for this grant. Recipients of a grant under this program may use the grant funds to support an existing peer-to-peer suicide prevention program or implement a new peer-to-peer suicide prevention program. The amount of each individual grant award may not exceed $1,000.

Authorizing Statute

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2019 Act 83, Statute 115.366 - Directs the DPI to establish a competitive grant program for the purpose of supporting peer-to-peer suicide prevention programs in high schools operated by private, public and tribal schools in Wisconsin.

PI-38 Subchapter I and II

Eligible Applicants

High Schools operated by private, public and tribal schools throughout Wisconsin.

Competition Timeline

Date Task

Round 2: Due December 9, 2023 at 4:30 p.m.

Peer-to-Peer Suicide Prevention Grant applications are due to the DPI.

June 01, 2023

Completion of projects and End of Year (EOY) Survey submitted to the DPI.

June 30, 2023

End of the State Fiscal Year (SFY). Final Claim submitted to the DPI.

Grant Materials 

Please Note: Access to the online application is specific to the device used to complete the application. Your work will automatically be saved and you can exit the application and return later provided you are using the same device each time. Additional general instructions can be found in the grant overview document.

For questions about this information, contact Andrea Donegan (608) 224-6175