Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention Resources (DWIHN)

Directory of Services

Directory of Services
Directorio de Servicios

Fact Sheet

The Guidance Center Fact Sheet

Donor and Community Impact Report

2022–23 Donor and Community Impact Report

Traumatic Events, Grief and Loss

Helping Children Feel Safe and Manage Distress after a Tragic Event
Resources for Children and Families: Traumatic Events, Grief and Loss
What to Say to Kids When the News is Scary
Explaining the News to Our Kids
Sesame Street: Traumatic Experiences
Sesame Street: Trauma and the Body
Sesame Street: Violence
Trauma & Grief
Parent Guidelines for Helping Youth after the Recent Shooting
Talking to Children about the Shooting
After a Crisis: How Young Children Heal
Helping Your Toddler Cope with Grief and Death
Talking to Children about Violence: Tips for Parents & Teachers
Discussing Difficult Situations with your Children
Helping Children Deal with Tragic Events in the News
Taking Care of Yourself
Recognizing & Treating Child Traumatic Stress
OKAY2SAY: Report Tips on Criminal Activities or Potential Harm to Students, School Employees, or Schools
A Terrible Thing Happened: A Story for Children who have Witnessed Violence or Trauma by Margaret M. Holmes
Something Very Sad Happened: A Toddler’s Guide to Understanding Death by Bonnie Zucker
The Invisible Sting by Patrice Karst


Sliding Fee Scale
Sliding Fee Scale (Spanish)
Sliding Fee Scale (Arabic)
Wayne County Child Abuse Protocol
Mental Health Resources for Veterans
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