Suicide Awareness Presentations
Another service the Crisis Clinic offers is suicide awareness and prevention presentations in middle schools and high schools in the community. Youth Suicide is a growing problem and can affect any community. These presentations cover topics of warning signs, coping skills, and how to help a friend. There's also discussion of bullying, recreational prescription drug abuse, and how to find safe adults. These presentations are typically done in classroom settings with no more than 40 students, as to create the safest space possible to talk about these often difficult topics. If you are a teacher or know a teacher that would be interested in having this presentation in their classrooms, please contact David, our Youth and Outreach Program Coordinator for more information at
email@example.com or 360-586-2800 Ext, 114.
The Crisis Clinic is committed to equal opportunity for all persons without regard to gender, age, race, ethnicity,
religion, creed, national origin, marital status, ability or sexual orientation.