Resources: Parenting and Suicide


Gov. Ducey signs legislation requiring insurance companies pay for mental health care (article)


Governor Ducey Signs “Mitch Warnock Act” With Family, Advocates, Legislators (article)


How One Colorado Town Is Tackling Suicide Prevention — Starting With The Kids (article)


As More Kids Kill Themselves, Parenting Becomes Suicide Watch (article)


How Good Intentions on Social Media Can Over-Simplify Suicide (article)


Suicides Among Black Children Are at Crisis Levels. The Congressional Black Caucus Aims to Do Something About It (article)


What Do You Say About Suicide? (Podcast, Terrible, Thanks for Asking)


The Suicide Paradox (Podcast, Freakonomics)


Behavioral Health Sciences at Glendale Community College (Dr. Aubrey’s and Mia Hernandez’s work)


Phoenix Indian Center (Micheon Gorman’s work)


ASU’s Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy (Denise Beagley’s work)


City of Tempe’s CARE 7 (Lori Robinson’s work)


LivingWorks – SafeTALK and ASIST Suicide Prevention Training


Additional Resources

·       National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24/7 across the U.S at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), (En Español: 1-888-628-9454, Deaf and Hard of Hearing: 1-800-799-4889), or the Crisis Text Line by texting 741741

·       Maricopa Crisis Line 602-222-9444 or 800-631-1314

·       Teen Lifeline 602-248-TEEN (8336) or 800-248-TEEN (8336)

·       EMPACT/La Frontera Suicide Prevention Center 480-784-1500

·       Trevor Project (LGBTQ youth hotline) 866-488-7386