This no-nonsense video provides parents and teachers critical information about the risks of adolescent suicide. Interviews with a psychology professor and adolescent counselor, an author of a recent book on suicide clusters, and a young graduate student, who was suicidal during most of his adolescence, are presented. Insights into the different risk factors that may lead to suicide attempts, including depression, rage, and substance abuse are discussed. The program addresses risks that surface in a school or community where a suicide has taken place and discusses the prevention of suicide clusters. Viewers learn about warning signs of suicide and how to actively get help.