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Contains an open-access, expert-driven guidebook to help minority students and their families through the scholarship and financial aid process.

After an Attempt: The Emotional Impact of a Suicide Attempt on Families (2006), Feeling Blue Suicide Prevention Council LEARN MORE

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Center for Disease: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, Office of Tribal Affairs works with tribes with environmental issues.

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Works to address childhood obesity and empower youth nationwide to make healthy lifestyle choices.

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The leading national non-profit organization exclusively dedicated to understanding and preventing suicide through research, education and advocacy, and reaching out to people with mental disorders and those impacted by suicide.

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  • 120 Wall Street, 29th Floor
    New York, NY 10005
  • Email: info@afsp.org

The American Indian College Fund provides approximately $8 million in scholarship funding each year to American Indian and Alaska Native college students. Applications are accepted between January 1 and May 31 each year. Students who will be attending full-time at any tribal, public, or private (non-profit) college or university are eligible to apply. Recipients must be an enrolled member of their tribe or able to prove enrollment of a parent or grandparent. Awards range from $900 per year up to over $15,000 per year.

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