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This comprehensive approach is drawn primarily from the overall strategic direction of the United States Air Force (USAF) Suicide Prevention Program, a population-based strategy to reduce risk factors and enhance protective factors for suicide (Knox et al., 2003). The TJF/SPRC approach is also based on what is known about how to decrease risk factors and increase protective factors for mental health and suicide among adolescents, college students, and the general population; an understanding of the student mental health problems that campuses face; and existing best practices. Campus planners are cautioned to ensure that adequate institutional capacity exists and that linkages to community services are in place before they create programs that will significantly increase the number of students seeking services.
Please join us on June 3rd to celebrate and support JED's work with schools, students and communities to promote emotional health and prevent suicide. #jedgala2015
News & Info
2015 Student Voice of Mental Health Award Honoree Announced! »
We are thrilled to announce that Sonia Doshi, a junior at the University of Michigan, is our 2015 Jerry Greenspan Student Voice
National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day 5/7 »
JED co-hosts SAMHSA's 10th National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day: Strengthening Communities by Integrating Care
Rock Band Nothing More Speaks Up & Donates to Mental Health »
JED is proud to partner with Rock Radio chart-toppers, Nothing More, to spread awareness about mental health issues.