Suicide Prevention

According to 2017 data from the Centers of Disease Control, Kansas ranks 8th in the nation for the highest suicide rates of young people ages 10 through 19. Nationwide, 38,785 teens between 10 and 19 years of age have committed suicide from 1999 to 2017.

With the tragic consequences of a potential suicide in mind, the Spring Hill School District is committed to suicide awareness, education and prevention. It is critical that parents, educators and community members are aware of the warning signs, indicators of risk, how to report concerns and the process which is in place to help students.

HOTLINES
SHHS School Hotline: 913-592-7199 (checked by the School Resource Officer)

Johnson County Mental Health Crisis Line: 913-268-0156

Spring Hill Family Medicine: 913-302-1591 or 913-592-2720

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255

Other resources are located below.
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