Want to host a great suicide prevention event, but don’t know where to start? We highly encourage you to speak to your students about what they would like to do and see if they can take on some of the responsibility of planning and implementing the events. This tip sheet can also be a good starting point: we have several recommended activities, plus case studies of California schools who have hosted their own versions on their campuses. The activities are listed from the easiest to the most involved, and the complexity of your event will depend on your school’s strengths, interests, and needs. Regardless of the type of event you plan, make sure to talk about suicide prevention as an action that anyone can take, and to leave time for debriefing afterwards. Have at least one counselor available for students and/or community members to connect with, in case any of the activities unearth strong emotions. Be sure to share this tip sheet with clubs on campus!