Suicide Prevention and Awareness
Reaching out is a sign of STRENGTH
During Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, staff and students started having very difficult conversations surrounding suicide. to review the presentation.
We know that many people struggle to find the information and resources they need, which is why Suicide Prevention Helplines offer phone support and advice, 24/7.
BHN 24/7 Crisis Line: (413) 733-6661
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: (800)273-8255
There are DHS-designated staff to speak to after-hours who are willing to provide guidance if you are having increased suicidal thoughts. Ms. Stefanie (School Counselor) (413) 231-7911 and Mr. Taylor (Math Teacher) (413) 351-8075 are available by phone outside of the school day.