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Suicide Prevention Information

College Suicide Prevention

Campus Suicide Prevention Resources

Active MindsActive Minds helps establish student chapters which educate fellow students about mental health issues.

American Association of Suicidology – Students of AASThe Student Division of AAS is comprised of student members who are involved in suicide prevention through research.

American Foundation for Suicide PreventionAFSP exists to prevent suicide and help those affected by suicide. In addition to having local chapters, one of the AFSP’s major events are the on-campus Out of the Darkness Community Walks which raise money to fight suicide.

IMAliveAn online network made up of fully trained and certified crisis intervention volunteers to help those contemplating suicide.

Mental Health America – Life on CampusOverview and discussion of common mental health problems facing college students today.

NAMI on CampusNAMI on Campus works to raise awareness for mental health issues with college students. Those interested can find one of many NAMI on Campus Clubs at participating schools.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides free and confidential suicide support to anyone, round the clock.

Speaking of Suicide  a site for suicidal individuals and their loved ones, survivors, mental health professionals & others who care.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration – Suicide PreventionA provider of suicide prevention information and resources for the general public as well as health professionals.

Suicide Prevention Resource Center – College and University Suicide Prevention The Colleges and Universities section of the SPRC provides research, resources and other information to help promote mental health and suicide prevention on campus.

ULifelineSupported by the JED Foundation, ULifeline is an online resource for mental health issues for college students, including suicide prevention.