HEARD Alliance | Toolkit – Essential Tools
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Provided in this section are essential resources, tools and general information for school staff and families to use. Among these are extracted forms from the Toolkit PDF, background on privacy and confidentiality as well as educational opportunities and information sheets.

By changing the way we talk about suicide we change the way we think of it. In general, the language used for any other illness based death or sudden loss (such as a heart attack or car accident) is a guiding principle.

Educational opportunities about youth mental health and suicidal ideation need to be provided for students, staff and parents.

In this section find student programs about mental health, suicide risk and protective factors and warning signs of suicide.

Essential forms extracted from the PDF version of the Toolkit.

HIPAA/FERPA resources and a brief overview of how these laws pertain to schools, parents, youth and across systems.

The red folder can quickly guide school staff in responding appropriately to a student experiencing distress, based on student behavior and suggested school protocols.

The questions in this section are the voices of students who participated in local Bay Area high school health classes.

Toolkit for Mental Health Promotion & Suicide Prevention K-12

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