Alice Jordan-Miles, Director of the Behavioral Health and Family Studies Institute at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, led a Parent Workshop on teen suicide prevention on September 7, 2016. In the workshop, Ms. Miles discussed the Lifelines curriculum. The Lifelines Program is a 20-year evidence-based curriculum designed to assist school districts with the preparation steps and implementation of a student wellness initiative.
P-H-M’s goal is to cultivate an informed caring community to help prevent vulnerable individuals from ending their lives. P-H-M families are a key component to the success of the Lifelines Program.
Please watch this video if you were unable to attend the Parent Workshop.