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SUICIDE PREVENTION TOOLKIT

Resources for tribes and partners.

 

 

The “Native and Strong” toolkit includes videos, social media posts, posters and digital graphics. It’s free to behavioral health care providers, schools, youth programs and others to help prevent suicide among Native people in Washington.

 

To place an order or for help customizing any of these materials, please contact Jasmine Albinson at jasminea@wearedh.com.

BROCHURES

EVENT PLANNING TOOLS

DIGITAL ADS

POSTERS

RACK CARDS

RADIO SPOTS

VIDEO

RACK CARDS

RADIO SPOTS

Rack cards and posters

Rack cards can shared at events, at tribal health centers, at cultural centers, with referring partners, included in a mailing or as part of an informational packet. Both horizontal and vertical available.

Rack card with crop marks

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Hang posters in health clinics, cultural centers, service providers, pharmacies and other community organizations to help spread the word.

11x17 — Resilience

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11x17 — Signs of Suicide

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11x17 — How to Help

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11x17 — Good Relatives

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Videos

Share videos on social media, on digital screens in clinics and other buildings, in group facilitation, in presentations, as PSAs on local television stations or any other platform that supports video.

VIDEO — Building Resilience

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VIDEO — Good Relatives

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VIDEO — Signs of Suicide

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VIDEO — How to help

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Digital graphics

Different sized banner ads are available to include on websites, as a graphic on a social media post, or as an image in e-newsletters.

Digital Monitor — Resilience

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Digital Monitor — How to Help

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Digital Monitor — Good Relatives

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Digital Monitor — Signs of Suicide

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Social media posts

Looking for ideas about what to post? Take a look at a sample social media calendar. You. can also share videos, digital ads Facebook ads available in this toolkit.

Facebook profile frame

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Social Media Posting Directions

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All social media images + calendar

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Signs of Suicide 01

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If someone you know might be thinking about suicide, talking with them about it can make a big difference. It might be hard to start the conversation, but you could start by saying, "I'm worried about you." To learn about warning signs of suicide and how to help someone who’s struggling, visit NativeAndStrong.org.

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Signs of Suicide 02

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When we know the signs of suicide, we can help our family and friends get the support they need. If someone is talking, joking or researching about dying; feeling hopeless, depressed or anxious; or isolating themselves, talk with them about it. Learn more at NativeAndStrong.org.

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Signs of Suicide 03

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Someone who’s thinking about suicide might seem hopeless or moody. Maybe they’re avoiding doing things they enjoy, or avoiding people. Maybe they’re sleeping a lot, or very little. They might talk about hurting themselves or dying. When we can recognize the signs, we can help. Learn more at NativeAndStrong.org.

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Good Relatives 01

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We all struggle sometimes. Knowing somebody cares can help a loved one feel less alone. As good relatives, we can listen with compassion and without judgment. And we can help our friend get the support they need. Visit NativeAndStrong.org to learn what to watch for and what to do to help prevent suicide.

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Good Relatives 02

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When good relatives help one person feel healthy and strong, we help keep our people whole. That includes talking about mental health and suicide. It also includes getting support for ourselves and others when we need it. To learn about warning signs to watch for and what to do to help prevent suicide, visit NativeAndStrong.org.

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Resilience 01

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What makes us strong? Our family, our community, our tribe. Our connection is our strength. If you or someone else is struggling with mental health or thinking about suicide, get support. Learn more at NativeAndStrong.org.

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Resilience 02

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As Native people, we use our strength to support each other. If you or someone else is struggling with mental health or thinking about suicide, call or text for help. That’s a sign of the strength we share. To learn more, go to NativeAndStrong.org.

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How to Help 01

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If a loved one seems hopeless or depressed, talk with them. Listen with compassion and without judgment. And connect them with support. To learn more about signs to watch for and what to do to help prevent suicide, visit NativeAndStrong.org.

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How to Help 02

When someone is struggling emotionally, good relatives can make a real difference by connecting them with the support they need. To learn how to get 24/7, confidential support for you or someone else, visit NativeAndStrong.org.

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How to Help 03

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If someone you know might be thinking about suicide, talking with them about it can make a big difference. It might be hard to start the conversation, but you could start by saying, "I'm worried about you." To learn about warning signs of suicide and how to help someone who’s struggling, visit NativeAndStrong.org.

Click to download