Providing outreach and support
to districts, schools, parents, and high-risk youth.
SPORT In-Person and Virtual Conferences
The Suicide Prevention Ongoing Resiliency Training (SPORT) project provides training, support, and resources to implement a sustainable system to deliver culturally inclusive suicide prevention, intervention, postvention, and social-emotional learning (SEL) content to Administrators, Teachers, Counselors, School-Based Mental Health Professionals and Support Staff. Additionally, this project braids in support for Local Educational Agencies to align local services and plans to the California Statewide MTSS initiative. Many districts use the SPORT project for continued guidance and support in complying with the mandates of AB2246 and AB 1767.
No-cost Self-paced Online Courses at TeachStar Online Academy
Youth Suicide Prevention and Student Well-Being Series
AB 2246 & AB 1767
Resources to Implement Policy Change for AB 2246: Suicide Prevention, Intervention and Postvention.
SPORT2 2020 Highlights
SPORT2 Teams, despite an unprecedented school year, you persevered. Suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention strategies were shared within your communities and implemented into your multi-tiered system of supports. This video premiered at the Los Angeles County Suicide Prevention Network’s (LASPN) 10th Annual Suicide Prevention Summit. Please enjoy and thank you!
LACOE-Directing Change Program & Film Contest
Elevate student voice and leadership. Get inspired. Get involved.
Through our long-standing partnership between LACOE's Center for Distance and Online Learning (CDOL) unit and the Directing Change program, students in Los Angeles County can receive targeted support to participate in Directing Change’s categories that uplift student voice and build student leadership around topics related to social justice and health topics (Ages 12 and up), Mental Wellbeing (Middle School), and Suicide Prevention.
Why We Rise
Why We rise is part of a National Movement to transform the mental health care system with easier access to treatment.