Student Safety Resources

Mental Wellness & Suicide Prevention

YOU ARE NOT ALONE

We hope you find the support and information that you are seeking.

Help is available

If you are in pain and considering suicide, there is help. The National Suicide Prevention hotline is 1-800-273-8255.

If you or someone you are supporting is in imminent danger or a life threatening situation please contact 911.

As a school community we can offer hope, help, and strength. Thank you for taking the time to visit this website!

A new sunrise, a new day
A new sunrise, a new day

Mental Health Infographics

My Mental Health: Do I Need Help? flyer

My Mental Health

¿Necesito ayuda para mi salud mental?

Necesito ayuda?

Mental Wellness Resources

Crisis Hotlines

Student Resources

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Keep going, keep growing

People go through difficult times and it is not uncommon to explore options to ease or stop the pain. If you or someone you know are considering suicide there is help available. If you or someone you are supporting is in imminent danger or a life-threatening situation please contact 911.

The resources on this page can help you or someone you know find hope, get through this moment, build resiliency for later, connect to others, and learn how to help someone.

It may be surprising to know that talking to someone about suicide does not increase the risk of suicide and the conversation provides an opportunity for connection and support. We are all in this together and together we are strong.

Self-Care Check-In

Parents and Community Resources

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May every sunrise bring hope and peace.

Welcome!  We are glad you are here visiting this site and exploring resources. We honor your courage and strength as you seek to help prevent suicide in our community.  If you or someone you are supporting is in imminent danger or a life-threatening situation please contact 911.

Did you know asking someone if they are thinking about suicide does not increase their risk?

While discussing suicide can be uncomfortable, it is essential in supporting people experiencing suicidal thoughts and/or behaviors. Our school district partners with the school community to  provide hope, help, and healing. We invite you to explore these resources to learn more about suicide prevention.

Cultural-Specific Mental Health Resources

People go through difficult times and it is not uncommon to explore options to ease or stop the pain. If you or someone you know are considering suicide there is help available. If you or someone you are supporting is in imminent danger or a life-threatening situation please contact 911.

The resources on this page can help you or someone you know find hope, get through this moment, build resiliency for later, connect to others, and learn how to help someone.

It may be surprising to know that talking to someone about suicide does not increase the risk of suicide and the conversation provides an opportunity for connection and support. We are all in this together and together we are strong.

Staff / Employee Resources

Snowy Mountain Lake - by Kevin Eubanks

Embrace hope and peace.


Visiting this site and the resources are important steps towards helping prevent suicide in our schools and community. The information on this webpage is equally valuable in supporting you, your colleagues, family, and friends who may be experiencing a mental health crisis and/or suicidal thoughts. While discussing suicide can be uncomfortable, it is valuable in reducing stigma surrounding suicide and connecting to others.

SKPS strives to offer hope, help and partnership in the journey towards a healthy and resilient community. If you or someone you are supporting is in imminent danger or a life-threatening situation please contact 911. We welcome you to explore the resources on this page in order to gain more information regarding suicide prevention.

District Documents

Warning Signs Infographics

Warning Signs of Suicide (English)

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Warning signs infographic

Warning Signs of Suicide (Spanish)

Señales de advertencia sobre el suicidio

Warning signs infographic in Spanish

Help someone in emotional pain

5 Action Steps for Helping Someone in Emotional Pain (English)

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5 steps infographic

5 Action Steps for Helping Someone in Emotional Pain (Spanish)

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5 medidas que puede tomar para ayudar a una persona con dolor emocional

Life is like the ocean.

It can be calm or still,

and rough or rigid,

but in the end,

it is always beautiful.