Although The Jason Foundation, Inc. and our partners make every effort to insure our programs are well formatted and professionally address the problem, no one program can guarantee to prevent youth suicide.
Our program’s goal is to provide you with educational materials that will help you better recognize “signs of concern” that an at-risk youth may exhibit. Left unaddressed or untreated, these issues that a young person is struggling with could result in suicidal ideation. Never try to solve this type of problem without obtaining professional help. Professionals should always be sought whenever there is a possibility of suicidal ideation.
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