|SUICIDE: More common than you think... More preventable than you know!|
For help call:
Chemung County Crisis Program (607.737.5369) or National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1.800.273.TALK)
Thank you to everyone who walked, volunteered, and donated to
the 2016 Walk a Mile in My Shoes event!
It was a beautiful day to support awareness and prevention!
On November 18th 2016 we will recognize International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day with a film screening,
"Here One Day". Please see the Training and Events Tab to the left for more information.
For Walk a Mile photos and updates:
Kevin Briggs of the California Highway Patrol has saved countless lives at this famous landmark. This moving story is above.
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Are you concerned about someone that may be suicidal? Help is now available at the national suicide hotline via facebook.
Surviving suicide can be a powerful message.
Listen to the Terry Wise story: A Suicide Attempt Survivor
Read the book Suicide: The Forever Decision
To help save lives, the best-selling book Suicide the Forever Decision, For those Thinking about Suicide and for Those who Know, Love and Counsel Them, by Paul Quinnett, Ph.D. is herewith made available in a free electronic format to anyone in the world who wishes to read it or share it with others. Courtesy of the QPR Institute. Click the following link to read this online book: http://www.qprinstitute.com/Foreverweb.html
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