Jacob Crouch Suicide Prevention Services consist of suicide awareness and prevention educational programs that can be taught to anyone.
Jacob Crouch Suicide Prevention Services began in November 2006, taking educational programming into schools in the Acadiana area. This program provides students with the tools necessary to help themselves or others who may be showing signs of potential at-risk behavior. In 2010, we expanded our programs to include suicide prevention education for teachers, counselors and school administrators. Now thanks to generous funding from Acadiana Area Human Services District, our programming can be taught to anyone in the Region 4 area!
In addition to education, we also provide counseling services to individuals who are struggling with depression and may be contemplating suicide, to individuals and families experiencing a suicide crisis, to caregivers, and to family and/or friends who are grieving the loss of life as a result of a suicide. We also operate a survivor of suicide support group which is open to any adult who is grieving a loss to suicide.
Please visit our scheduling page or click HERE to schedule a session with one of our clinicians.