The UAA Integrated Suicide Prevention Initiative (UAA-ISPI) is a comprehensive, coordinated, culturally-sensitive effort aimed at promoting campus-wide suicide prevention education and awareness.

Explore the links at left for information about how to help yourself or a friend in need and to find out how to become involved in suicide prevention efforts on campus.


June Suicide Prevention Train-the-Trainer Workshop

Become trained to educate others in your community about suicide prevention for college students by attending a Gatekeeper Train the Trainer event. 

This workshop will discuss verbal and behavioral clues associated with suicide risk among college students, offer ideas on how to encourage help-seeking, and provide information about campus and community support services. 

Who: Alaskan college students, staff and faculty 

When: Thursday June 11th, 2015, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

Where: UAA Student Union, Lyla Richards Room 

Cost: Free 

Questions? Contact Elizabeth at 907-786-5478

Click here to register 

Crisis Intervention Careline
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Call toll-free statewide at
877-266-4357 or 800-273-8255
38 Percent of UAA students have experienced depression. Help is available and effective. Click here for an online screening.