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Suicide Prevention

If this is a medical or mental health emergency, call 911

San José Unified encourages everyone to recognize mental health warning signs and build strategies to support everyday well-being. Being proactive and informed can help reduce the risk of suicide in your community. 

Whether you are struggling with suicidal thoughts, or are concerned about a loved one who might be, you are not alone. Administrators, school counselors, or other trusted adults can help connect you to school based mental health support or community mental health agencies. Further support is available by calling or texting any of the state and national suicide prevention resources.

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