Signs a Child Might Be Suicidal
How Are Self-Injury and Suicide Related?
Teen Suicides: What Are the Risk Factors?
What to Do if You’re Worried About Suicide
Supporting Children After the Suicide of a Classmate
Preparing Kids for College Emotionally
How CONNECT Can Help
Youth Mental Health First Aid Training
CONNECT Summit County is giving people the tools to help teens on Friday, Sept. 20 in a groundbreaking eight-hour training course. Youth Mental Health First Aid Training gives parents, teachers and anyone who lives with and/or works with youth the tools to identify the difference between normal adolescent development and more serious challenges due to mental health conditions or addictions. Learn more about this FREE class.
Peer Navigation Services
Need help but don’t know where to turn? Introducing our NEW Peer Navigation Services! Peer Navigation Services help individuals and their family members find the support, information, services, treatment facilities, providers and/or other resources that best meet their current behavioral health needs. Learn more here and also be sure to check-out our extensive Mental Health Resource Directory.
#BeTheDifference Student Campaign
Calling all Summit County high school clubs: Do you want $500? Communities that Care and CONNECT Summit County are placing YOUR VOICE at the center of our community discussions on mental wellness. We want to support you and help you be part of the solution by offering $500 for your club’s mental wellness project. Submission deadline is October 1st; go here to learn more.