suicide prevention

Suicide Prevention Awareness Month 2021

Contributed by Brandi Fitch
As we continue to work through year two of this pandemic, many individuals are also continuing to find difficulty maneuvering through their everyday lives and managing the stress brought on by COVID-19. September is a crucial month to stop, reflect, and ask yourself the question, “How am I doing?”
It’s ok to say “I’m not doing well”. If you’re not feeling like yourself, be sure to reach out to someone you know and don’t be afraid to get something off your chest.

Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

Contributed by Brandi Fitch

September is Suicide Prevention Month and with the pandemic still gripping the country, an increasing number of individuals are finding themselves experiencing more stress and depressive symptoms than ever. If you are one of these individuals, remember that you are not alone and there is always someone that you can talk to. Don’t be afraid to talk about it.

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