According to the 2016 MCHBS survey, 18 percent of SLU students reported having suicidal thoughts in the past year, while the national average is nine percent.
In light of this information, a suicide prevention module, C(QLC), was formed by the University Counseling Center and the Office of Health Promotion and Education to address this issue on SLU’s campus. The module is designed to educate and empower students, faculty and staff about suicide prevention and intervention.
The trainers, Jennifer Scott and Arathi Srikanta, can present and tailor the module for department meetings, student organization meetings, or any other population.
The first session will be held at 3 p.m. in Room 254 of Busch Student Center.
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