Jackson County Suicide Prevention Coalition
RESPONSE is a comprehensive high school-based program that increases awareness about suicide among high school staff, students and parents. All of the program components are designed to heighten sensitivity to depression and suicidal ideation, as well as offer response procedures to refer a student at risk for suicide. This program is currently in place at Eagle Point High School and Phoenix High School. The curriculum is being used at South Medford High School.
The ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) program provides practical training for caregivers seeking to prevent the immediate risk of suicide.
We are advocates for evidence-based programs and practices such as Emergency Department Means Restriction Educationfor parents of at-risk youth. This program is currently in place at Rogue Regional Medical Center.
We help plan, promote and staff our local meeting of the Annual National Survivors of Suicide Day.
Mental Health Community Resources By Name
|Addictions Recovery Center|
|Columbia Care Supported Employment Program|
|Community Health Center Behavioral Health Program|
|Family Nurturing Services|
|Hearts With A Mission|
|Jackson County Health & Human Services|
|Jackson County Mental Health Services (JCMHS) Hotline 541-774-8201|
|Oregon Family Support Network|
|Oregon Suicide & Crisis Hotline|
|Phoenix Counseling Center|
|Providence Medford Medical Center (PMMC)|
|Rogue Valley Manor Community Services Respite Care|
|Rogue Regional Medical Center (RVMC)|
|Southern Oregon Adolescent Study & Treatment Center (SOASTC)|
|Southern Oregon Child Study & Treatment Center (SOCSTC)|
|Southern Oregon Drug Awareness (SODA)|
|Southern Oregon University Wellness Center|
|Albertina Kerr Child Psychiatric Care|
|Rogue Valley Medical Center (RVMC)|
|Trillium Family Services|
|Kolpia Counseling Services, Inc.|
|Mental Health Resource and Education Network (MHREN)|
|Providence Medford Medical Center Hospice (PMMC)|
|Rogue Regional Medical Center Hospice (RVMC)|