Suicide Prevention Webinar 3

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Webinar 3: Lessons From Real-World Experiences of Connecticut Families and Healthcare Professionals

Suicide Prevention_Whole Series (3)


The Blueprint for Youth Suicide Prevention acknowledges the importance of cross-sector partnerships, specifically with schools, to support youth in their living, learning, working, and playing environments.  The Blueprint offers strategies to help pediatric health clinicians, schools, and other community partners work together toward youth suicide prevention efforts.  The Zero Suicide framework emphasizes the inclusion of suicide attempt and loss survivors as a key tenet of implementation success for health and behavioral health systems.

 The 3rd and final session of the Practical Approaches to Youth Suicide Prevention webinar series will invite school-based professionals and individuals with suicidality/survivor experiences to share their insight with webinar participants. School-based (K-8 and 9-12) health providers and patient family members will offer their perspectives on positive and negative “management lessons.” Additionally, a representative from Connecticut DPH will describe resources to support providers in recognizing and responding to children with behavioral health issues.


After participating in this session, attendees will be prepared to:

  • Give examples of the challenges youth experience in returning to school after a behavioral health crisis, and the significant differences in lived experiences and unmet mental health needs between marginalized and non-marginalized youth populations
  • Describe mechanisms for connecting parents/caregivers to supports including Family Support Groups and Peer Supports.
  • Explain the role of school based health centers in recognizing and responding to children and adolescents with behavioral health emergencies


Alison Moriarty Daley, PhD, APRN, PPCNP-BC, FAAN

Jody Terranova, DO, MPA

Dr. Ranbir Bains, PhD, APRN

Ashley Colombo



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