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This collection features resources highlighted on the homepage of the SPRC website. These include products created by SPRC and our partners, upcoming trainings and conferences, news, and programs developed by suicide prevention grantees and others in the field.

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Suicide among College and University Students

SPRC’s Suicide among College and University Students in the United States is an information sheet summarizing the data on suicidal thoughts, attempts, and deaths among college and university students, as well as common risk and protective factors affecting these young people. 

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Healthy Minds Network Campus Mental Health Survey Data

The Healthy Minds Network now offers easy online access to data from its national campus mental health surveys. A simple drop-down menu allows users to explore findings from both the Healthy Minds Study and the Healthy Bodies Study. College administrators, researchers, clinicians, and others can access the Healthy Minds Network data interface by using “guest” as both username and password.

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November 22, 2014 is International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day

On International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day, people affected by suicide loss gather at community events to share stories of healing and hope. Many of these events will include a screening of The Journey, a new documentary about suicide loss. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will host an online Google Hangout for people who cannot attend a community event. For more information on International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day, the documentary, and the Google Hangout, visit

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Umatter for Schools Youth Suicide Prevention

Umatter for School Youth Suicide Prevention has been added to the SPRC Best Practices Registry. This two-day training helps schools develop a comprehensive suicide prevention program for middle and high schools, including gatekeeper training, a student curriculum, a public information campaign, and school protocols.