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On Thursday, Sept. 6 at the Henry Carter Hull Library, 10 Killingworth Turnpike, Clinton, Clinical Psychologist Megan Warner, PhD, and Licensed Social Worker Alissa Goldberg, LMSW of Guilford Psychological Services will discuss how to identify suicidal risk factors, urges and ideation, and how to find support for individuals at risk or who may be worried about a loved one.
Jennifer Evans from Suicide Awareness Voices of Education (SAVE) will be speaking Thursday, Sept. 28 at 6:30 p.m. at the Henry Carter Hull Library 10 Killingworth Turnpike, Clinton, about suicide, the third leading cause of death for young Americans, ages 15 to 24.
Several shoreline youth and family services agencies alerting parents to be aware of whether their children are viewing the Netflix series, 13 Reasons Why, and to talk with them, if they are. Old Saybrook is planning an event, open to all, to discuss it.
A suicide prevention training session for teens (7th grade and up) known as QPR (question, persuade, refer) is being ...