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Red Flags An Adolescent Emotional Health Awareness Program to Promote Good Mental Health in Middle Schools. Trainings include information on program history, general information on depression, methods for educating and training school personnel and parents, developing a successful provider network for referring youngsters for help, as well as the importance of identification and outcomes record maintenance. Discussions will include implementation roadblocks and creative methods for disseminating the information.
The Jason Foundation 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, educate participants in recognition of “warning signs or signs of concern”, provide information on identifying at-risk behavior and elevated risk groups, and direct participants 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.
Yellow Ribbon Yellow Ribbon is a community-based program using a universal public health approach. This program empowers and educates professionals, adults and youth.
Youth Suicide Prevention Program The H.E.L.P. (Helping Every Living Person) Curriculum Project is a collaboration between the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) and YSPP.