Suicide Prevention

If you or someone you care about are struggling with thoughts of suicide,
call or text the National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline @ 988.

Strong positive ethnic identity

Today, as children around the world are growing up in a deadly pandemic, we are supporting frontline health workers and providing education and hygiene supplies to help 

How to be a friend

Be a friend first. Listen, help, and support them without judgment about what they’re going through. Simply put: Be Present. Let a friend know you care, to help them cope, or to see them through a tough time.

How to be a friend

Factors as to why suicide is on the rise for children.

The pressure to conform to an ideal or create an image. This can negatively affect a child’s self-worth, identity and sense of belonging.
The mental health stigma around seeking help
  • Cyberbullying is a type of bullying that happens online or through text messages or emails.
  • There are things you can do to protect yourself.
  • Always think about what you post. You never know what someone will forward.
  • Being kind to others online will help to keep you safe.
  • Do not share anything that could hurt or embarrass anyone.
  • Keep your password a secret from other kids. Even kids that seem like friends could give your password away or use it in ways you don’t want.
  • Let your parents have your passwords.
  • Think about who sees what you post online. Complete strangers? Friends? Friends of friends? Privacy settings let you control who sees what.
  • Keep your parents in the loop.
  • Tell them what you’re doing online and who you’re doing it with.
  • Let them friend or follow you.

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