This blog post highlights recent research which found that from 1993 to 2012, school-aged suicide trends stayed constant, but suicide incidence in black children significantly increased.
This blog post describes the benefits of participating in sports, as well as the risks.
This article highlights the work of two researchers who are pioneering changes in sex education that bridge the gap between sex education and trauma-informed care.
This report highlights research on disasters and their relationship to traumatic stress, suicide rates, and suicidal ideation, planning, and attempts.
This booklet helps people who have attempted suicide take their first steps toward healing and recovery.
OJJDP released four research bulletins based on findings from the Northwestern Juvenile Project.
This blog post describes the Resource Guide for Reporting on Behavioral Health: How You Talk About It Matters.
SAMHSA’s 2014 National Survey on Drug Use and Health report shows progress in reducing substance use, especially among adolescents.
CDC shares the risk and protective factors, warning signs, and sources of help for suicide.
This article describes a recent study on whether new mothers dealing with past trauma would be able to develop an attachment to their babies.
"Change starts with one person and can grow really fast." - Tristan