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.
Come hear veterans recount their experiences on how being a member of the LGBTQ+ community affected them while they served and why it is that they fought and continue to fight for the rights of LGBTQ+ Veterans and service members. Begins at 4:30 PM at the Alonso Family Room in the Multicultural Center at The… [Read More]
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We now offer open REACH© training for graduates/professionals! There are 2 dates currently available, October 26th and November 13th. To find the registration forms click Education, REACH©, Open REACH© Registration Forms. Undergraduate Open REACH Registration Forms are also in the same place, so make sure the date you select is for the correct group of… [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.
by Jacob Bruner (Sophomore, The Ohio State University) Suicide is not an easy subject to talk about, but I’m sharing my story with the hope of educating people about suicide prevention. This story is for those who have died and for those who survive. It is dedicated to my brother Mark and my family. It was July 2008. I walked down the steps of my brother Mark’s house in University Heights. I glanced back and there he stood at the top of the stairs smiling. He yelled something dumb after me … CONTINUE