Suicide and Crisis Prevention in Schools

Every 4 hours a child commits suicide in America. As educators, we need to learn to recognize students at risk for suicide, identify warning signs of suicide, take preventative precautions, and  report suicide threats to appropriate parental and professional authorities. This PowerPoint(Suicide & Crisis Presentation 2014), as presented by Dr. Randy Siler at CCESC Opening Day 2014, provides educators an overview of preventing suicide, intervening with students who may be suicidal, and providing postvention for those affected by a completed suicide.

The Clermont County Crisis Hotline provides supportive services to individuals experiencing mental health crisis. The hotline is dedicated to reducing suicide attempts, saving lives, and restoring hope through education, advocacy, and collaboration in suicide prevention. Residents  of Clermont County can access the Clermont County Crisis  Hotline 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling 513-528-SAVE (7283).



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