If you or someone you know is thinking of dying by suicide, get help immediately.
Call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at
1-800-273-TALK or text “HOME” to 741741 to the Crisis Text Line. 


Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for our youth ages 10-24 years. It is important to know what you can do for your classmates, teammates, and friends. Start by downloading this guide on what to do and say to those who are struggling.

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It is important for you, as a major influence in the lives of our young, to join in the battle against youth suicide. Educate yourself about the magnitude of the problem and how you can help by downloading this guide on warning signs and tips for prevention.

More teenagers and young adults die from suicide than from cancer, heart disease, AIDS, birth defects, stroke, pneumonia, influenza, and chronic lung disease, COMBINED.


RHS Mental Health Counselor


Eric Fluckiger

Eric is a licensed Professional and Addiction Counselor with 15 years of direct care experience, mental health program development, clinical services, and suicide prevention. 

RHS Parent Mental Health Liaison

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Amanda Meyer

As a former educator, life coach, and best-selling author, Amanda has been advocating for students and parents since losing her son, Logan, in May 2019 to suicide.

RHS Social Emotional Specialist


Allison Peasley

With a Bachelors in Psychology and Masters and Specialist Education degrees in School Counseling, Allison is implementing social emotional learning and mental health programming at RHS.

Each day in our nation, there are an average of over 3,703 suicide attempts by young people in grades 9-12.  


The Jason

The Jason Foundation is dedicated to the prevention of the “Silent Epidemic” of youth suicide through educational and awareness programs that equip and empower young people, educators / youth workers, and parents with the tools and resources to help recognize when young people are in pain and assist at-risk youth in getting immediate professional help.

In this video created by Mayo Clinic, teens describe common signs that a teen is considering suicide and provide encouragement for communicating directly and immediately for support and safety. It also Includes suggestions for what to say to a teen who may be at risk for suicide and ways to keep them safe. Things can get better.

American Found. for Suicide Prevention

With 30 years of service to the suicide prevention movement, AFSP is a voluntary health organization that gives those affected by suicide a nationwide community empowered by research, education, and advocacy to take action against this leading cause of death. AFSP is dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide. 

There's an APP for that!



A Friend Asks, developed by the Jason Foundation, is a go-to resource for those who think someone they care about might be at risk of suicide. Each app offers tips for how to look for warning signs, instructions for how to ask a friend if they've been thinking about suicide, and what to do if they say "yes."

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Developed by the Department of Defense, Virtual Hope Box helps individuals struggling with suicidal thoughts. Users develop a fully immersive, customizable experience featuring games, inspirational quotes, coping exercises, breathing therapy, and much more.


 Click HERE to join other caregivers of children and/or youth experiencing emotional, behavioral, mental health and substance use challenges through virtual family support groups.