Woodall Public School will provide Lifelines Prevention Training to address suicide awareness and prevention to students in grades seventh and eighth. The Lifelines Prevention student curriculum (formerly known as the Lifelines Curriculum) is one component of Lifelines: Helping A Comprehensive Suicide Awareness and Responsiveness Program for Teens, a comprehensive, schoolwide suicide prevention program for middle and high schools. The goal of the overall Lifelines program is to promote a caring, competent school community in which help-seeking is encouraged and modeled and suicidal behavior is recognized as an issue that cannot be kept secret. Lifelines aims to increase the likelihood that school staff and students will be able and willing to identify at-risk youth when they encounter them, provide an appropriate initial response, and obtain help. Watch the following video for more information regarding the program: https://hazelden.wistia.com/
Other Resources: https://www.hazelden.org/web/
For more information please contact our Counselor Joy Tatum at 918-456-1581 email@example.com
To see the Woodall Suicide Awareness and Training policy, CLICK HERE.