RESOURCES AND SUPPORT
Use these resources to learn how to provide the best support for your students. Use these resources to learn how to provide the best support for your students. Do not feel like you are alone in providing help for the student. Enlist help from professionals in your school or community to make sure your student gets the help they need.
911 | Request a CIT officer
If your student is currently experiencing a mental health crisis or medical emergency, call 911 and request to have a CIT officer deployed.
A Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) police officer is specially trained to react appropriately to situations involving mental health and illnesses.
National Hotline | 800.273.8255
If your student is in a crisis and having suicidal thoughts call this national hotline 24/7.
Community Health Network | 800.662.3445
For a crisis evaluation, or to schedule an appointment with a mental health professional, call Community Behavioral Health Services at 800.662.3445.
QPR Training Programs
Organizations interested in QPR training can contact Whitney Nixon at Community Health Network Behavioral Health Services at WNixon@ecommunity.com.
Question, Persuade, Response (QPR) Training will teach you how to recognize warning signs of suicide, know how to offer hope, and know how to get help and save a life.
Substance Abuse Counseling: Fairbanks Hospital 317.752.9396
Rape/Sexual Assault Center: 800.656.4673
Child Abuse Hotline: 800.800.5556
Connect to Help: Call 211 or visit Connect2Help211.org
Question, Persuade, Response (QPR) Training
Training to learn to recognize warning signs of suicide, know how to offer hope, and know how to get help and save a life.
Suicide Safe App
Suicide Safe helps providers feel confident to assist people at-risk who present with suicidal ideation.
HELPING YOUR STUDENT