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Networks for Life Training: A School's Role in Prevention

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Networks for Life logoMeeting new requirements for WA School Professionals

Trainings Now Available in Spanish

Under House Bill 1336, school nurses, school social workers, school psychologists, and school counselors must complete 3 hours of certified training on youth suicide screening and referral.

Networks for Life is a 3-hour certified training for school staff. It discusses the professional's and the institution's role in youth suicide prevention, intervention, and post-vention (what to do after a youth suicide).

Accolades for Networks for Life:

  • Approved by Washington State to meet House Bill 1336’s certification requirement in youth suicide screening and referral.
  • Recognized by the Suicide Prevention Resource Center's Best Practice Registry.

Content includes:

  • Policies and procedures
  • Skills to identify, explore, and intervene in signs of suicidal thinking
  • Communicating with students' families about depression and suicide
  • Laws and ethics around confidentiality and reporting
  • How to support other youth after a suicide loss

How to schedule:

Would you like to schedule a training for your school or group? Fill out our Training Request Form and we'll schedule something as soon as possible.






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