Suicide and Self-Harm Prevention in Schools

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Add to Calendar 2018-05-07 11:30:00 2018-05-07 11:30:00 Suicide and Self-Harm Prevention in Schools SAMHSA invites you to join a Technical Assistance Coalition webinar with Mental Health America about the importance of school-based suicide and self-harm prevention. The rise of self-harm and suicide among youth presents a growing need for the use of evidence-based practices to improve intervention, support, and treatment among youth. School-based and community settings offer many opportunities to employ such practices to foster positive behavioral change. The presenters will discuss the challenges in implementing prevention efforts in school-based settings and best practices for supporting suicide prevention. Register here. noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Discussed the challenges in implementing prevention efforts in school-based settings, as well as best practices for supporting suicide prevention. The learning objectives covered included: learning about innovative suicide prevention strategies for addressing adolescent suicide and self-harm; identifying the benefits and challenges of school-based, suicide and self-harm prevention efforts, and learning about the use of current and new suicide and self-harm prevention tools in school-based settings.

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