ACCEPTING DONATIONS FOR 2014 SAVE A LIFE WALK THROUGH
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All proceeds benefit the Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program® and Survivors of Suicide Loss®. 100% of the proceeds are kept in San Diego County.
San Diego Access and Crisis Line
The San Diego Access and Crisis Line serves as a free suicide prevention/intervention hotline. Trained professionals provide mental health crisis intervention, as well as information and referrals to mental health services in San Diego.
Can't call? We offer CHAT services Monday through Friday from 4PM to 10PM.
The mission of the Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program®, San Diego Chapter is to prevent youth/young adult suicide through education, training, and public awareness campaigns. YRSPP® helps reduce stigma associated with asking for help. Through safe and effective suicide prevention messaging youth/young adults will reach out to each other in a purposeful, helpful way when they or their friends are in need or struggling and will bring their own issues and those of their friends to trusted adults. In turn, the trusted adults, be it school staff, family or community members will know how to respond to a young person in crisis and what steps to take to ensure that they receive the help they need.
Please view a short video from Ramona HS Senior Austin Koch made for the San Diego Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program. Congratulations on completion of your Eagle Scout.
Students throughout California are invited to Direct Change by submitting 60-second films in two categories: suicide prevention and ending the silence about mental illness. The winning teams win cash prizes, receive suicide prevention programs for their schools and will be recognized at an award ceremony at the end of the 2014-15 school year. Visit the campaign website for contest rules and information: www.directingchange.org. The submission deadline is Feb 16, 2015.
MY3: Free Suicide Prevention App for Your Phone
“define your network and your plan to stay safe”