EAGLES' HAVEN IS NOW OPEN!
The Broward County community lost two survivors of the MSD shooting to suicide last week. In light of these tragedies, an Emergency Response meeting was held to discuss how to ensure our students, teachers and parents receive the education they need to prevent the next suicide.
Parents, please talk to your children, Students, talk to each other. “Just ask, just listen.” Every day ask the important questions below (click here for printable version):
1. Have you wished you were dead or wished you could go to sleep and not wake up?
2. Have you actually had any thoughts about killing yourself? If the loved one answers “yes” to question 2, ask questions 3, 4, 5 and 6. If the person answers “no” to question 2, go directly to question 6.
3. Have you thought about how you might do this?
4. Have you had any intention of acting on these thoughts of killing yourself, as opposed to you have the thoughts but you definitely would not act on them?
5. Have you started to work out or worked out the details of how to kill yourself? Do you intend to carry out this plan?
6. Always ask this question: In the past three months, have you done anything, started to do anything, or prepared to do anything to end your life?
Call for help if needed. In Broward County, dial 211 if you suspect any risk or Text “FL” to 741741.
Eagles’ Haven has opened its doors to offer services with Licensed Social Workers to anyone and everyone who wishes to come. Eagles’ Haven will be open M-F 9:00 am-7:00 pm and on the weekends from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm. Click here for details.
Our hearts are with our community as we mourn these tragedies. Have conversations, be there for each other and know that we are always here for anyone too. ❤️🦅
More details about Eagles' Haven can be found HERE.
Grief & Crisis Support
Broward County Schools Crisis Support (Resiliency Center)
Magellan Health Crisis Hotline: 1-800-327-7451
Chrysalis Health (Broward Behavioral Health Coalition)
Kenjenique Johnson: (954) 587-1008 ext.1051
(Submit referrals to email@example.com)
Henderson Behavioral Health: Youth Emergency Services: (954) 677-3113 opt.3
Henderson Behavioral Health: Adult Mobile Crisis Response Team: (954) 463-0911
Memorial Hospital Walk-In Center 954-276-1285
Florida Behavioral Health Center 954-734-2000
MHA Seth Line 954-578-5640
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
CDC Disaster Distress Helpline: 1-800-985-5990, or text TalkWithUs to 66746
Trauma Tips (English Spanish)
Broward Schools Trauma Tips
Broward Schools Trauma Tips 2
Helping Children Cope
Helping Teens with Traumatic Grief
Helping Youth After Community Violence
Helping Youth After a School Shooting
Helping Children Cope After a School Shooting
Helping Teens After a School Shooting (Spanish)
Talking to Children About Violence (Infographic)
Talking to Children About Violence (Portuguese)
Talking to Children About Violence (Spanish)
The Summerspot (presented by Mobilizing MSD Alumni)
In June 2016, the CSC asked our partners at Tomorrow's Rainbow to help share information on how to talk to children about horrific events like the one that had just happened at The Pulse, in Orlando. Sadly, this information is most relevant once again, following the shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14.