a suicide prevention program for middle and high schools
Lifelines is a comprehensive suicide prevention program originally designed for middle and high schools. It is on the National Registry of Evidence Based Programs and Practices put out by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the Suicide Prevention Resource Center.
Lifelines involves school administration, staff and faculty, parents, and students in the prevention of youth suicide. Everyone has a role. For more information about this program and how to bring it to your school, please click here.
pax good behavior game
Elementary upstream prevention
The Good Behavior Game (GBG) is the only evidence-based upstream suicide prevention program. PAX GBG is a classroom intervention that has shown improvement in disruptive behaviors, academic performance, and long-term function in children. It teaches self regulation, self management, and self control in collaborating with others for peace, productivity, health and happiness. The PAX GBG has shown to protect students against lifetime mental, emotional, behavioral, and related physical illness for their future.
For Mental health professionals and graduate students
- Risk Assessment 101
- Risk Assessment: A Deeper Dive
- Risk Assessment in Young Children
- Risk Assessment for Graduate Students
- Family Intervention for Suicide Prevention (FISP)
- Annual Suicide Prevention Continuing Education
zeg report newsletter
The Zeg Report is a monthly newsletter for School Mental Health Professionals that brings up-to-date information on suicide prevention, events, webinars, and special topics in the field of suicidology.
Our Licensed Clinical Social Workers, who are both certified by the American Association of Suicidology (AAS) as School Suicide Prevention Specialists, are available to consult with you by email or phone. Please contact us if you have concerns or questions regarding suicide prevention, postvention, risk assessment, treatment, and resources.