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AS+K? About Suicide to Save a Life - 2023 Version

A suicide prevention public health information resource for Texas.

AS+K? provides a basic overview of suicide prevention data, risk factors, warning signs, protective factors and steps you can take when you encounter someone you are concerned about.

A new version for the 2023-2024 School Year is now posted - look for the version that says "2023 Version" under "ALL COURSES" at the top right of your screen.
 This e-learning- course takes one hour to complete. After the course is completed, there is a short 10-question learning check. To complete this course, an 80% score is required to receive a Certificate of Completion.


Course Type: 

Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper 

Starting date


Certificate of Completion Offered? 



Approximately 1 hour



What you are going to learn

Learn Key Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Skills for Texas

Thank you for investing the time to become better equipped to support a vulnerable Texan.  
For more information about designing a comprehensive approach for school-based suicide prevention, intervention and postvention, please see our accompanying course, "Texas Advancing Suicide Safer Schools Roadmap" course in this Learning Management System and find additional tools and resources at:
Content Advisory:
This course covers topics related to suicide and suicide prevention. If you have questions about the suitability of this content for you, please contact your supervisor or Human Resource department. 

Texas Suicide Prevention Collaborative 

A Texas non-profit
The Texas Suicide Prevention Collaborative exists to serve Texas communities in their suicide prevention, intervention and postvention efforts.  We provide technical assistance, training and outreach to help communities build the capacity and capabilities to ensure all Texans are supported iat their most vulnerable moments. 

For more information about our organization or to support our work, please go to:

Course reviews

"Thank you for bringing this important information to our campus."
A school administrator in Texas 

"Learning the important warning signs and what to do helps me feel better equipped to support my students." 
A Texas educator