Suicide Prevention: Safety Plan
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If your child is feeling depressed and having suicidal thoughts, help your child create a safety plan. Click on the PDF icon above to download a safety plan that you and your child or teen can fill out.
Adapted from the AAP patient education brochure, Suicide Prevention: What Parents Need to Know.
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