Aurora Public Schools

Suicide Risk Assessment Website

For urgent consultations contact the AWARE team: 720-948-3347  

Welcome to the Aurora Public Schools Suicide Risk Assessment Website.  

You will find everything you need to complete a suicide risk assessment including resources to enhance your practice.  

All of the suicide risk assessment forms (Non-Acute, Acute,  Safety Support Plan, School Re-Entry) are meant to be filled out electronically.  After you submit each part, you will be emailed a confirmation email, PDF of the form you completed, and directions to proceed to the next section.  

Below you will find information intended to help guide you through this process.  

Suicide Risk Assessment Forms

**Starting Point for All SRA's**

 This form includes all SRA forms (Non-Acute, Acute, and Retroactive Acute).

This is the documentation of the suicide intervention.

**Required for all Acute and Retroactive SRA's**

This form documents the conversation with the student/family about higher level assessments or treatments received due to acute 

Children's Hospital: 720-777-4715 -> Select Option 3 -> Select Option 2

**Required for All SRA's**

This is the documentation of the plan discussed with the student and/or family that will help the student stay safe when they experience suicidal thoughts.

SRA Note Catchers

These note catchers are designed to help providers focus on the intervention with a student. If there is any additional tools that could be helpful in your intervention please let us know.

*When printing, make sure to adjust the scale to fit to paper*

*You must make a copy in order to use*

*You must make a copy in order to use*

Templates for Safety Support Plans:

Safety Support Plans are completed to document the steps the school is doing to with the student and family to ensure safety. The actual plans that are shared with the student to remind what steps can be taken to keep themselves safe have no required format. These plans should be individualized to meet the students needs and abilities. Below are templates of examples that can be used.


Need Assistance?

Please reach out to your Yamel Ramirez Morales for support and guidance with regard to completing a suicide risk assessment:

Support, questions, or changes with regard to the SRA, Safety Support Plan or School Re-Entry form along with parent requests for a copy of the SRA please contact Yamel Ramirez Morales.

*If you have technical issues please CC John Damhof -

For any other questions or if you cannot reach your AWARE Systems Consultant feel free to contact:

Suicide Prevention & Crisis Resources

Child Abuse Reporting Guidelines

Child Abuse Reporting Process


(*During school closure, faxing to APS and filing at school can wait until schools reopen)

Submitting completed forms:

1. Download (DO NOT complete until downloaded!) new PDF form and electronically fill out new PDF form with fillable fields. Form can be used for both counties. 

2. Submit form:

Submitting to Arapahoe County: Download and complete. Submit through the button in the lower right hand corner of the form titled "Email Completed Form". If the "Email Completed Form" link  does not work, email to .

Submitting to Adams County: Download, complete and email attached to .


B. Mail hard copy Form 1203 to proper county address at bottom of form

Child Abuse Prevention Resources

Alternate Resources to Emergency Rooms

Intensive Outpatient (IOP)

Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP)

Both IOP & PHP


Contact information for staff at the clinic:

Substance Use Resources

"Suicide, addiction, and depression have a very close and interconnected relationship. More than 90% of people who fall victim to suicide suffer from depression, have a substance use disorder (SUD), or both."

"Of all the factors associated with suicide, only depression (66% of people who fall victim to suicide are dealing with depression at the time) is more closely correlated than substance abuse. Individuals with a substance use disorder are nearly 6 times as likely to attempt suicide at some point in their life."