Sinclair is dedicated to assisting students on both a personal and academic level. Suicide is the second leading cause of death for college students, and Sinclair wants to help any student who is feeling depressed, alone, withdrawn or helpless. If you or someone you know is struggling emotionally, this website will connect you with information and resources to begin feeling better. Sinclair Cares!
Family History of Suicide/Depression
History of Previous Suicide Attempts
History of Alcohol/Substance Abuse
Feeling hopeless or helpless
Lack of social support
Impulsive or aggressive behaviors
Easy access to lethal means
A recent loss (relationship, death, etc)
History of abuse
Diagnosed or undiagnosed mental illness, anxiety mood disorders, schizophrenia, and some personality disorders
Suicide Awareness/Prevention Week
September 11, 2018
12PM in 7-006 B
Become a gatekeeper of suicide prevention and learn how to recognize signs of suicide, questions and conversations you might want to ask someone you are concerned about, as well as referral sources, both on campus and off campus. This session is open to both faculty, staff, and students. If you are staff and faculty, please sign up through CTL.
Free Depression Screenings can be completed at the following times at Counseling Services, located at 4-331. Reduce the stigma!!