Suicide Awareness and Prevention

12th Annual National Survivors of Suicide Day
Saturday, November 20, 2010

AFSP Out of the Darkness Community Walks

Suicide Awareness Programs for Schools
Programs such as TLC Suicide Awareness Program for Educators, Making Educators Partners in Suicide Prevention, Signs of Suicide (SOS), LIFELINES, and Columbia TeenScreen

More Than Sad: Teen Depression
More Than Sad: A Guide to Preventing Teen Suicide

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Films
For Educators and Teens

College Student Depression and Suicide - Educational Resources

Interactive Screening Program
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Depression in Children and Adolescents Fact Sheet
National Institute of Mental Health

Youth Suicide Fact Sheet
American Association of Suicidology
Suicide is ranked as the third leading cause of death for young people (ages 15-24).

Teen Suicide Prevention Campaign
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

An Ideal Way to Safely Memorialize a Death by Suicide for Schools
Memorialization After a Student Suicide

Survivors of Suicide Fact Sheet
American Association of Suicidology
A survivor of suicide is a family member or friend of a person who died by suicide.

Surviving Suicide Loss Support Groups
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
For so many survivors, a crucial part of their healing process is the support and sense of connection they feel through sharing their grief with other survivors.

New Jersey Support Groups

Reporting on Suicide: Recommendations for the Media
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Responsible coverage of suicide can educate audiences about the likely causes of suicide, its warning signs, recent treatment advances and other ways suicide can be prevented.