Suicide Prevention Week - University of Houston
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Suicide Prevention Week is a university initiative focused on raising awareness about suicide, how to support a friend or peer, and campus resources.  The week features events, trainings, and conversations on-campus that are meant to encourage our commuinty speak up, reach out, and be informed.   This year, the week will be held from September 10th to 14th. 

By attending Suicide Prevention Week, participants will be able to: 

  • Recognize the potential risk factors and warning signs of suicide, and how to approach a friend or family member they are concerned about.
  • Understand how suicide impacts college campuses and our larger society.
  • Identify campus mental health resources and how to access them.

Schedule of Events

Wednesday, September 11th

  • QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer): join CAPS to learn how to recognize and respond to signs of suicidal behavior, Student Services Center 12 pm – 1 pm; advance RSVP required to tabdulra@central.uh.edu

Thursday, September 12th

    • Fresh Check Day: an interactive mental health awareness fair with t-shirts and free giveaways!, Student Center Plaza, 11 am – 1 pm

  • Guided Meditation, UH Wellness Classroom – CRWC 1038, 12:15 pm to 12:45 pm

Friday, September 13th

  • QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer): join CAPS to learn how to recognize and respond to signs of suicidal behavior, Student Services Center 12 pm – 1 pm; advance RSVP required to tabdulra@central.uh.edu

 

 

If you are experiencing a crisis situation and need to speak with someone immediately, please contact CAPS at 713.743.5454 or walk into CAPS. If it is after business hours and you are in imminent crisis, please call 911 or CAPS at 713.743.5454 and you will be connected to the after-hours counselor.