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“Historically, communities have relied almost exclusively on clinical approaches to suicide prevention.  However, emerging evidence suggests that clinical care and crisis intervention should be complemented by many other approaches:  primary prevention, early intervention, research, public health surveillance, health promotion, media, training and education.  Indeed, suicide prevention can be integrated into the work of educators, healthcare providers, social service providers, juvenile justice workers, public safety workers, emergency room workers, faith community members, business owners, social service workers, youth service volunteers, and individuals.”
- Rural Youth Suicide Prevention Workgroup

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The resources here are far from comprehensive, but we’re continuing to build the information so that you can find what you’re looking for. If you have suggestions for material or something that you would like to see on the site, please contact chris@kansassuicideprevention.org.

News and Updates

October is National Bullying Prevention Month
"Bullying is a community-wide issue that must no longer be ignored or thought of as a rite of passage. Students, parents, and educators all have a role in addressing bullying situations and changing school culture."

With education, awareness, and providing tools on how to prevent bullying, we can all help to facilitate change in our children's lives. 

For more information about bullying prevention month and additional resources, please visit The National Bullying Prevention Center and Teens Against Bullying


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If you or someone you know is affected by suicide, please call for help. Headquarters Counseling Center in Lawrence is the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline center for Kansas. Reach them free of charge at 800.273.8255 or 785.841.2345.

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