The Youth Suicide Prevention School-Based Guide is designed to provide accurate, user-friendly information. The Guide is not a program but a tool that provides a framework for schools to assess their existing or proposed suicide prevention efforts (through a series of checklists) and provides resources and information that school administrators can use to enhance or add to their existing program.
The Jason Foundation, Inc. (JFI) is a nationally recognized provider of educational curriculums and training programs for students, educators/youth workers and parents. JFI’s programs build an awareness of the national health problem of youth suicide, educates participants in recognition of “warning signs/signs of concern”, provides information on identifying at-risk behavior/elevated risk groups, and directs particiapnts to local resources to deal with possible suicidal ideation. JFI’s student curriculums are presented in the “Third-Person” perspective – How to help a friend.
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Health Education I (7-8)  –
Utah State Office of Education: Mental Health Curriculum
Health Education offers students an opportunity to acquire knowledge, practice skills, and develop attitudes that can benefit them throughout life. Building a solid foundation of good literacy and decision-making skills can contribute to a variety of healthy choices for self and others. Although the knowledge components are addressed through the seven different content sections, the development of process and life skills and attitudes has been incorporated throughout the entire curriculum.