While millions celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride in June around the world, there is concern for the impact of suicide on our LGBTQ+ youth. To read more click here.
Even if you do have a significant other, taking care for yourself guides all your relationships. More than just eating right and exercising, get great ideas here for self-care and how to make the most of your relationships.
It can feel lonely and isolating when you or someone you know, and love is struggling and, possibly, suicidal. There are many options available once you reach out and we’ve included resources here as a way to find direction.
Suicide is the second leading cause of death among youth 15 to 24 years old, surpassing automotive fatalities. To learn how to help and protect at risk youth click here.
There are many risk factors in today’s society. Those most at risk are youth who have witnessed or experienced trauma, mental health challenges, and substance abuse disorders. To read more click here.
Resilience empowers and sustains healthy relationships and personal welfare, but that does not always happen naturally. Read More
How do we manage challenging emotions as students, parents and other significant loved ones to start the academic year off well? Here are resources that can help.
Many are not aware that suicide is the second leading cause of death for middle school and high school students, between the ages of 10 to 24. Click here to learn more.
Studies peg adolescent rates of non-suicidal self-injury from 15 to 40%. While it can sometimes escalate into suicidal behavior, self-injury is always a cry for help. Here is what you should know.
By themselves, substance abuse and mental illness are both suicidal risk factors. But, they are treatable. Here’s what you should know.