Schools turn to web for suicide prevention aid


Faced with a growing number of student suicides, some schools are trying to combat the trend by offering depressed students the anonymity of the internet to seek mental health counseling.

More than 80 universities have signed up so far for Ulifeline.org, which provides students with an anonymous and nonthreatening link to their schools' mental health centers for information, counseling, or to schedule appointments.

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