• Suicide Prevention

    If you are concerned about someone, ask yourself the following questions. Has your friend or family member shown or shared any of the following:

    1. Talking about wanting to die, be dead, or about suicide, or are they cutting or burning themselves? 

    2. Feeling like things may never get better, seeming like they are in terrible emotional pain (like something is wrong deep inside, but they can't make it go away), or they are struggling to deal with a big loss in their life?

    3. Or is your gut telling you to be worried because they have withdrawn from everyone and everything, have become more worried or on edge, seem unusually angry, or just don't seem normal to you?

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    Youth Suicide Awareness and Prevention Training for K-12 Instructional Personnel

    The following are the department-approved youth suicide awareness and prevention training for K-12 instructional personnel per s. 1012.583, F.S., and Rule 6A-4.0010, F.A.C.: