LAS VEGAS (AP) — School and elected officials in Nevada are acknowledging the mental and emotional strain the coronavirus pandemic has had on children.
The Clark County School District released a suicide-prevention public service announcement Wednesday reminding kids they are not alone.
In versions produced in English and Spanish, school administrators and bipartisan lawmakers take turns telling "the amazing students of Nevada" to reach out to a teacher, school counselor or principal if they feel concerned about their safety or someone else.
The message also points to a 24-hour phone hotline, at 1-833-216-SAFE, a SafeVoice app, or the online site SafeVoiceNV.org.
CCSD partners with Nevada leaders to promote mental wellness message for students— CCSD (@ClarkCountySch) March 3, 2021
The Clark County School District and Nevada leaders have partnered to release a public service announcement video for all Nevada students regarding mental and emotional wellness. pic.twitter.com/2d0C6bjwt8
CCSD se asocia con líderes de Nevada para promover mensajes de bienestar mental para los estudiantes— CCSD (@ClarkCountySch) March 3, 2021
El Distrito Escolar del Condado de Clark y los líderes de Nevada se han asociado para lanzar un video de anuncio de servicio público para todos los estudiantes de Nevada sobre pic.twitter.com/yqZlStdxHs