REACH is a suicide prevention training program offered to students, faculty and staff to learn the risks, warning signs and how to intervene to prevent suicide. Schedule your training today.
Peers Reaching Out_OSU Suicide Prevention Program – Fullen presentation
Please join the Suicide Prevention Program & Counseling & Consultation Service for a drop-in workshop on suicide prevention. Wednesday, March 8th, 5-6pm, Curl Hall
September 1, 2016 The Ohio State University Suicide Prevention Program recently participated in a nationwide challenge to train campus communities in suicide prevention. Of the 48 schools that participated, The Ohio State University was recognized as providing the most suicide prevention trainings in the nation. We would like to thank all of our partners, REACH trainers,… [Read More]
A simple conversation can save a life.
Knowing the signs of suicide is important in helping someone who may be at risk. By offering your understanding, reassurance and support, you can help your loved one or friend seek the help he or she needs.
We offer a variety of services for individuals, programs, departments and student groups. OSU Suicide Prevention works in conjunction with many partners to implement the programs and services. The services we offer include:
RUOK? Buckeyes is an anonymous stress and depression questionnaire designed to identify students at-risk of suicide and encourage them to get help.
This online, interactive gatekeeper training simulation for faculty teaches the common indicators of psychological distress and how best to approach an at-risk student.
Anonymous When I was a freshman/sophomore in college, I thought I had nothing left to live for. I was (and still am personally) driven to excel and was devastated when I did not do well in an English class resulting in a D. I had never had such a low grade during my education and thought this was going to ruin whatever chances I had of moving forward in my career choice and in life I became despondent and depressed to the point that I not only considered suicide but put plans into action. I … CONTINUE