What K-12 School Leaders Need to Know About Suicide Prevention

What K-12 School Leaders Need to Know About Suicide Prevention Webinar

1 hour 19 minutes

Suicide is the second leading cause of death for youth between the ages of 10 and 19. Because students spend so much time in school, either in person or virtually, teachers and staff are on the front lines of suicide prevention. Realizing the urgent need, a growing number of states are passing legislation requiring teachers to be trained in suicide prevention.

With the right knowledge, school administrators can expand their prevention efforts beyond just recognizing warning signs and risk factors, making them far more effective. Leaders play an essential role in creating a positive school culture where staff and students understand mental health is critical to academic success.

This webinar is designed specifically for the decision makers at the district and campus levels. Participants will learn evidence-based strategies they can implement right away.

  • Overview of youth suicide: statistics and scope of problem
  • Prevention, intervention, and postvention: successes and challenges
  • How school culture influences suicide prevention
  • How to develop and implement comprehensive prevention policies and plans
  • Resource package

Disclaimer: Frontline Education does not provide advice about mental health. This webinar is provided for informational purposes only.

 

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Disclaimer: Frontline Education does not provide guidance on mental or emotional health. This webinar is provided for informational purposes only.

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