Youth suicide attempt by gender in the Virgin Islands
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Youth suicide attempt by gender
Definitions: Percent of public high school students who reported attempting suicide in the past year, by gender.
VI Youth Risk Behavior Survey (VI-YRBS)
Data is based on responses by 61% (for 2006) and 63% (for 2007) of students in the territory's four public high schools. Thus, the data are not reflective of all youth in this age group. For example, research shows that out-of-school youth are more likely than youth attending school to engage in the majority of health-risk behaviors. These data also do not reflect differences that may exist between public and private/parochial school students.
St. Croix Foundation for Community Development
As a place-based community foundation, St. Croix Foundation for Community Development has served as both a grantmaker and a program administrator since 1990.
With the firm belief that all roads surrounding our community’s most pressing socio-economic problems lead back to youth and education, the Foundation has a diverse portfolio of grant and scholarship funds and a track record of complementary programming, including territory-wide policy research and community convening. St. Croix Foundation is committed to activating data through a holistic, systems approach to develop sound policy, and then deploy targeted resources that support our children.Learn More