- Thank you to all who attended, donated, volunteered and/or sponsored our 6th Annual Benefit Sept. 10, World Suicide Prevention Day. We're especially grateful to Donny, who shared his lifesaving story - and how our work impacted him - in the video below.
- Youth Suicide Prevention Program's Networks for Life training is one of two trainings approved for school counselors, nurses, social workers, and psychologists under House Bill 1336.
- Keeping Everyone Safe - Responding to a High-Profile Suicide
Each week in Washington State, an average of two young people die by suicide and another 17 suicide attempts result in hospitalization.
While these facts are disturbing, there is hope. By educating ourselves and others, we can make a difference.
Help us Save a Life.
The Schultz Family Foundation
Jon & Bobbe Bridge
We are grateful to the following funders for their support and commitment to the well-being of young people:
|The Nysether Family Foundation|
This website is presented as an educational resource by the Youth Suicide
Prevention Program. The information is not meant as a substitute
for qualified professional advice. If you are seeking help
for yourself or someone you care about, you have several options.
Every county in the State of Washington has a 24-hour crisis
hotline which can assist with resources and emotional support.
We disclaim any implied warranty or representation about its accuracy, completeness, or appropriateness for a particular purpose. You assume full responsibility for using the information at this site, and you understand and agree that the Youth Suicide Prevention Program is neither responsible nor liable for any claim, loss, or damage resulting from its use.