"Darkness Calls" is that comic book we have on the YANAN website. Well, Sean Muir, of The Healthy Aboriginal Network, a Canadian non-profit is the one who gets them published. http://www.thehealthyaboriginal.net/
The American Association of Suicidology
"AAS is a membership organization for all those involved in suicide prevention and intervention, or touched by suicide. AAS is a leader in the advancement of scientific and programmatic efforts in suicide prevention through research, education and training, the development of standards and resources, and survivor support services."
Ohio Substance Abuse Resources for Students
As young adults attempt to navigate life, students face difficult challenges on all fronts: bullying in high school. Divisive family issues. Pressure to do well in college. The weight of these (and many more) stressful situations can lead to destructive behaviors like binge drinking on the weekend and dabbling with drugs in college. Experimenting with drugs in high school or drinking heavily in a university may be brushed off as typical, even expected, youthful debauchery. But left unchecked, this behavior can quickly spiral out of control.
Are you a high school student suffering from a dependence on drugs or alcohol? The loved one of a college or grad school student who struggles with addiction? Learn more about substance use disorders among Ohio students, local treatment centers, available hotlines and ways to help someone break the bonds of addiction for good.
Which Substances Do Ohio Students Use?
In high school and college, many young adults are exposed to an array of illicit substances and types of alcohol. Find out which specific drugs and drinks students struggle with in Ohio.
The purpose of the Indian Health Service’s (IHS) Community Suicide Prevention Website is to provide American Indian and Alaska Native communities with culturally appropriate information about best and promising practices, training opportunities, and other relevant information regarding suicide prevention and intervention. The goal of the Website is to provide Native communities with the tools and information to create, or adapt to, their own suicide prevention programs.
ReachOut :: A youth-friendly and comprehensive website dealing with prevention and intervention issues!
The Aspen Institute Center For Native American Youth
The Center for Native American Youth, founded by former US Senator Byron Dorgan, is dedicated to improving the health, safety and overall well-being of Native American youth through communication, policy development and advocacy.
The Honouring Life Network :: is a project of the National Aboriginal Health Organization. The Web site offers culturally relevant information and resources on suicide prevention to help Aboriginal youth and youth workers dealing with a problem that has reached crisis proportions in some First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities in Canada
Healing of Nations :: offers some Native American specific suggestions for consideration in creating an Intervention program. Remember that each tribe and community is unique, and must assess it’s own social patterns and resources:
The National Indian Youth Leadership Project (NIYLP) :: NIYLP's mission is to nurture the potential of Native youth to be contributors to a more positive world through adventure-based learning and service to family, community, and nature.
There are many prevention and crisis intervention plans available on-line, i.e., the U.S. Government Centers for Disease Control ::