Encourage Hope and Help is a suicide prevention website for youth (ages 10-24), parents, educators, LGBTQ, attempt survivors, loss survivors, veterans, and community members in the Kansas City area. Through education and prevention efforts, we strive to end youth suicide.
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We want to hear from you!
The 2020 Northland Community Survey is now available!! Please use the link below to participate in the 15 minute survey.
The results will help us guide our programs and strategies as we work to reduce youth substance use and suicide prevention. We appreciate your time and participation.
Those who complete the survey will have the chance to enter to win one of four $25 gift cards!
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“New Year’s Resolutions” often set us up for failure and make us feel poorly about ourselves. Instead, focus on New Year’s Evolution! Evolving means to gradually develop or change over time. Think of your current coping strategies… What a few areas that you feel confident in? What are some areas that you want to strengthen? Change doesn’t happen overnight. It takes time, consistent practice and support! Reach out to your loved ones and evolve together! #EncourageHopeandHelp #NewYear #Evolve ... See MoreSee Less
During times of “breaking news” coverage we're all drawn to our TVs, phones and computers for information. But breaking news can include disturbing themes and content, including violence, natural disasters, abuse, and more. The big headlines today also seem to be more frequent, which can add to our stress levels.
What can parents do to ensure children process news in an age-appropriate way and feel safe?
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2019 is coming to an end! What are you grateful for? Write a gratitude list of all of the things you are grateful for that happened in the last year! #EncourageHopeandHelp #selfcare #holidayseason ... See MoreSee Less
This website was developed [in part] under a grant number 1H79SM062907-01 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The views, policies, and opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of SAMHSA or HHS.
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