The Georgia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities is pleased to announce the launch of Prevent Suicide GA, a new website designed to promote awareness, provide information, and offer resources for the prevention of suicide in Georgia.
The site includes an overview of the initiatives of the Suicide Prevention Program in the Office of Behavioral Health Prevention & Federal Grants. It also features upcoming suicide prevention events in Georgia and prevention materials, published by the Suicide Prevention Program. Visitors will find helpful information about suicide and ways communities work together to prevent it. For those seeking behavioral health services or crisis support, the site also includes a Find Help page to make accessing support easier.
Imagine a future without suicide.
The mission of the Forsyth Central High School Counseling Program is to provide a proactive, comprehensive, and developmental counseling program that impacts each student in the academic, career, and personal/social aspects. As advocates, school counselors will help students develop skills to be proactive in their education and accept academic challenges by emphasizing problem solving skills, goal setting, and ownership of their own success. We will educate and encourage students to use these skills in order to make a positive impact within our ever-changing global society. In accordance with the Forsyth County Board of Education, FCHS is in the process of implementing the guidance and counseling model as outlined by the American School Counseling Association.