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Articles with the Tag: suicide

Suicide prevention plan brought to community Suicide prevention plan brought to community

CHARLO – What do you say to a person experiencing suicidal thoughts? The National Council for Behavioral Health directed a grant to Lake County to fund a Mental Health First Aid class to help people answer that question.  The class was led by Nate Chute’s Foundation Director Joan Schmidt,...

Programs bring community together to support suicide awareness, prevention Programs bring community together to support suicide awareness, prevention

ARLEE – The first of several dinners developed around suicide awareness began at the Brown Building on Wednesday, March 15. It wasn’t a dinner where people got up and spoke about how to prevent suicide, although information was available in pamphlet form if anyone wanted it. The event was more...

Briefs for March 22, 2017

Have coffee with Chief Weaver, visit RPD website, Facebook RONAN — The public is invited to attend “Coffee with the Chief” at 9 a.m. Tuesday, March 28, at Ronan Café. Chief Ken Weaver will talk about the operations of the police department, discuss community matters and the impo...

Your Life Matters offers two scholarships

LAKE COUNTY — Your Life Matters, a local group bringing suicide awareness and mental health education to local communities, is offering two $1,000 scholarships to local students. Scholarship money was raised through the annual Light the Night run on Oct. 30, 2016. Eligible student applicants...

Race brings light to suicide awareness Race brings light to suicide awareness

RONAN – People dressed in costumes of all kinds, including a real dog wearing a wig on Friday night during the second annual Light the Night race. The Ronan Volunteer Fire Department set up trucks with flashing lights to help direct traffic while people ran or walked through town. More than 120 part...

Suicide prevention takes a comedic approach Suicide prevention takes a comedic approach

CHARLO – In an effort to make it easier to talk about suicide prevention, the Your Life Matters Project brought in a comedian to talk to students in schools from Arlee to Ronan. YLMP Youth Member Hailey Schippers introduced the speaker in Charlo on Friday, explaining that the group organized last fa...

Briefs for Jan. 20, 2016

Suicide awareness group presents speaker LAKE COUNTY — The Your Life Matter Project will bring motivational speaker Kasey Nickleson into local middle/high schools during school hours in an effort to bring suicide awareness and to encourage asking for help and being a good friend to local kids...

Suicide Prevention Suicide Prevention

POLSON — While Montana may be a beautiful destination for tourists, it also leads the nation in suicides,  according to National Vital Statistics reports and the American Association of Suicidology. Nationwide, suicide has surpassed car accidents as the most common cause of injury-related death. ...

Suicide intervention training set for December

PABLO — A two-day Applied Suicide Intervention Skill Training will be offered Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 14-15 from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at Salish Kootenai College in rooms 102 and 104 inside the Math and Science Building #67.  Participants must arrive on time both days. Breakfast and lunc...

Suicide prevention program hosts race through Ronan Suicide prevention program hosts race through Ronan

RONAN – Tyler Joachim finished the Your Life Matters Race wearing a Halloween costume that looked like a giant hotdog along with about 100 other people running in costumes through town in the dark on Friday night with traffic control provided by the Ronan Police and Fire Departments. “I did ge...

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