If you are experiencing urgent thoughts of suicide, call the National Suicide
Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or text the Crisis Text Line (741741)

Building A Movement To Prevent Teen Suicide

Developmentally, the years between childhood and adulthood represent a critical period of transition and significant cognitive, mental, emotional, and social change. While adolescence is a time of tremendous growth and potential, these transitions can lead to mental health challenges that can be associated with an increased risk for suicide. In fact, 1 in 15 high school students reports attempting suicide each year.


In our initiative to combat teen and young adult suicide – we are looking to bring awareness and change to our local Central Florida community. To do this, we need support to build a network of Lifeguards, parents, friends, family members, teachers and more, who are committed to educating, identifying, and preventing instances of suicide attempts.

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