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Hope Squad

Our close-knit community looks out for each other in so many ways and the Hope Squad is a prime example.

Hope Squad is a peer-to-peer, suicide prevention program that strives to...

  • improve mental health education while reducing stigma.
  • reach out to students in need quickly and intentionally.
  • normalize help-seeking for emotional distress.
  • facilitate access to care, allowing students to get the right help at the right time.
  • provide connection between Hope Squad members and their peers in distress.
  • reduce and eliminate suicide.

Hope Squad members are students nominated by peers as trustworthy classmates; they are trained to identify at-risk students, provide friendship, and seek help from an adult. Squad members also provide positive messages and work to educate their peers about mental health issues, ways to stay healthy, and how to support those who are struggling.
 

Group picture of Hope Squad members

If you are ever feeling down, need to talk, or are worried about someone else, please come talk to us. We want you all to know that you are loved and appreciated always.

- Claire

Feel free to stop me in the halls and say ‘hi’! 

– Ian

If you need someone to talk to, give me shout. I’d be happy to help in any way that I can.

- Alex

REMINDER: You are enough!

- Julia

If you ever need someone to chat with, I am always here to listen.

– Madison

I always enjoy talking to old friends and making new, so feel free to reach out to me! 
- Ayden

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