Alcohol & Drug Use Prevention

 

Violence and Suicide Prevention

Links:

  1. Call for Help

    Get help by contacting a mental health professional or calling the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255). The Lifeline staff can refer you to resources in your community. Lifeline has trained counselors available 24/7. To find support groups outside the U.S., go toBefrienders Worldwide.

  2. Text trained crisis counselors.  Free.  24/7.  Confidential.  Text “GO” to 741741 

  3. American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

  4. Warning Signs/Risk Factors from the National Center for the Prevention of Youth Suicide  

 

07
Sep 2016

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Called “Bunny Hunting”, It’s Anything But Cute

Called “Bunny Hunting”, It’s Anything But Cute

A Sheriff from the Crime Prevention and Juvenile Resource Unit in Loudoun County, VA talks to middle-schoolers about the dangers of sexting, sextortion, cyberbullying, sexual predation and identity theft. (read the full article) Previously only...

Online Safety

07
Sep 2016

0
Called “Bunny Hunting”, It’s Anything But Cute

Called “Bunny Hunting”, It’s Anything But Cute

A Sheriff from the Crime Prevention and Juvenile Resource Unit in Loudoun County, VA talks to middle-schoolers about the dangers of sexting, sextortion, cyberbullying, sexual predation and identity theft. (read the full article) Previously only...

Accident Prevention
Tobacco Use Prevention

 

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