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Teenage suicide is the self-killing of a teenager.
Although the suicide rate among youth significantly decreased in the mid-1990s, suicide deaths remain high in the 15 to 24 age group with 3,971 suicides in 2001 and over 132,000 suicide attempts in 2002, making it the third leading cause of death for those aged 15 to 24 in the United States .
- Main article: Teenage suicide - Epidemiology
- Main article: Suicide prevention with young people
References & Bibliography
- Alan L. Berman; David A Jobes; and Morton M. Silverman. Adolescent Suicide: Assessment and Intervention. 2nd Edition. APA 2005
- Barrios, L.D., Everett, S.A., Simon, T.R., & Brener, N.D. (2000). Suicide ideation among U.S. college students: Associations with other injury risk behaviors. Journal of American College Health, 48, 229-233.Beautrais, A.L., Coggan, C.A., *Fergusson, D.M., & Rivers, L. (1997). The prevention, recognition and management of young people at risk of suicide: Development of guidelines for schools. Wellington, New Zealand: New Zealand Ministry of Education.Beautrais, A.L., *Joyce, P.R., & Mulder, R.T. (1998). Psychiatric contacts among youths aged 13 through 24 years who have made serious suicide attempts. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 37, 504- 511.
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- Brener, N.D., Hassan, S.S., & Barrios, L.C. (1999). Suicidal ideation among college students in the United States. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 67, 1004-1008.
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- Centers for Disease Control. (2000b). Cluster of suicides and suicide attempts–New Jersey. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 37, 213-216.
- Children's Safety Network. (2000). Fact sheets: Youth suicide prevention plans. Newton, MA: Education Development Center.
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- Youth Suicide By Firearms Task Force. (1998). Consensus Statement on youth suicide by firearms. Archives of Suicide Research, 4, 89-94.
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- - Suicide and Emotional Intelligence - index for many different resources involving teen suicide. Site includes information and valuable help for teens and parents of teens, as well as emotional needs that lead up to and cause suicide.
- ULifeline Suicide Prevention - section about suicide on ULifeline, a mental health resource for college students.
- TeenSuicide.us - suicide information.
- Second Wind Fund - a teenage suicide prevention fund.
- The Trevor Helpline: 1 866 - 4U TREVOR - nationwide, 24-hour, free, confidential suicide helpline for gay and questioning teenagers, United States. See The Trevor Project for the Wikipedia article.
- Research from the UK government into the suicide rate in the UK.
- Rachel's Challenge - a school presentation to stop teen suicide and school violence
- UK official statistics for suicide.
- 1-800-SUICIDE - National Suicide Prevention Hotline
- Mind (National Association for Mental Health) UK
- Suicide prevention resources relating to Teens