KUTO Sponsors Training

March 13, 2013

KUTO is pleased to partner with the Clinical Practice Student Group of Washington University and the Missouri Department of Mental Health to host Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk (AMSR) on Sunday March 24, 2013 9a – 4:30p in the Brown Lounge in the GW Brown School of Social Work.  The workshop is FREE to REGISTERED participants […]

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Competent, Safe Communities

January 25, 2013

This position statement was co-authored by an interdisciplenary group comprised of educators, mental health professionals and researchers; the complete statement, author names and endorsing organizations can be found at: http://curry.virginia.edu/articles/sandyhookshooting December 2012 Connecticut School Shooting: Position Statement Interdisciplinary Group on Preventing School and Community Violence December 19, 2012 We all share a common priority: Keeping […]

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Youth 2 Youth: Stories of Help and Hope

October 4, 2012

‘Youth 2Youth: Stories of Help & Hope’ (Y2Y) is a social media project that tells the stories of young people who find, or have found, themselves challenged by mental health, emotional wellness and/or social issues such as suicide, divorce, bullying, substance abuse, depression, homelessness, physical disabilities, partner violence/abuse and being LGBTQ.  Stories explore a critical […]

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Suds to Save Lives Car Wash

July 19, 2012

SUDS O’ FUN to Support Youth Suicide Prevention! Car Wash, Saturday July 28th from 10am to 2pm. Applegate’s  & Dickey’s Barbecue Pit ~ 1912 Brentwood Blvd, Brentwood MO 63144 (corner of Brentwood and Strassner, across from the STL Bread Co.) Come visit KUTO youth volunteers & staff, make a donation & get a clean car too!  […]

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Where Are They Now???

June 26, 2012

Former KUTO Volunteers are doing AMAZING things!!  Are you a former  KUTO volunteer?  Let us know where you are & what you are doing – 2007 – Kristen Leahy – Program Manager at Winnekta Youth Organization, Winnekta, IL 2001 – Elizabeth Matoushek – completed studies in criminology & criminal justice at UM-St. Louis; is an officer with […]

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Youth 2 Youth

May 30, 2012

KUTO is partnering with other like-minded organizations to create a video resource library called “Youth 2 Youth: Stories of Help and Hope” to spread the message that there IS help and hope. Y2Y is a platform that will share the stories of young people who find, or have found, themselves challenged by mental health, emotional […]

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New Year = New Website!

February 1, 2012

Welcome to KUTO’s fresh new website! New look, fresh content, easier navigation and great info! Leave a comment and let us know what you think!

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Trevor Project “Flash Mob” a Hit in LA

September 20, 2011

The Trevor Project, a national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services for the LGBTQ youth community, brought awareness to National Suicide Prevention Week with a “flash mob” in Los Angeles. Universal City Walk came alive with the sound of the iconic song “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” as dancers came together in the […]

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KUTO supporters walk for Mental Health

July 20, 2011

KUTO staff, board members, volunteers and friends took part in the Walk for Mental Health in St. Louis on Saturday, Aug. 20. The Walk for Mental Health brings the community together to raise awareness and funds for area agencies that provide treatment for things such as addiction, ADHD, autism, bipolar, depression, post-partum and PTSD.  All […]

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Preventing Suicide – Saving Lives – KUTO is Teens Helping Teens Help Themselves!

December 30, 2010

If you or someone you know is in crisis or needs help, call the KUTO Crisis Helpline: Toll-free 1-888-644-5886 Open everyday after 4p.m. CST ~ Staffed by trained youth volunteers. KUTO is dedicated to providing youth-focused programming throughout the greater St. Louis area. Our crisis prevention, suicide intervention and postvention support services include community awareness, […]

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