Parker Police Host Parent Academy On Teen Suicide: '1 Is Too Many'The Parker Police Department hosted a discussion geared toward parents, but was all about their children.
New Bill Will Try To Help Slow Youth Suicide In ColoradoA bill introduced to lawmakers aims to help curb youth suicide in Colorado.
Lawmakers Debate Bill To Allow Teens To Get Therapy Without Parental ConsentA state lawmaker shared the story of her own son's attempted suicide as she urged her colleagues to pass a bill aimed at preventing kids from taking their own lives.
'A Pertinent Conversation': Teenagers Hope To Erase Stigma Around Teen SuicideA group of teenagers took to the streets of Denver on Saturday in hope of starting a conversation about mental health and suicide awareness among teenagers.
New Funding To Help Support Youth With Mental IllnessNearly $3 million is jump-starting a shift in how mental health services are administered to Colorado’s youth.
Student Group Among Those To Receive Grant Funding To Combat SuicideStudents at a Highlands Ranch school are coming together to address the tragic issue of teen suicide.
'Wow, What A Lesson': Kids Get Together To Launch Offline OctoberLittleton teens are bringing people together with one simple idea: Ditch the social media.
How Teens Are Helping Other Teens With Suicide PreventionIt took two suicide attempts before a teen found a reason to live and began to wonder if teens hold the answer to the youth suicide problem.
Netflix Series On Teen Suicide Causes Concern In SchoolsA controversial new series about teen suicide is causing serious discussions among parents and students in Douglas County.