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JOIN US for the 6th Annual Suicide Prevention Walk Sept. 10 – #Courage2Ask

The 6th Annual Suicide Prevention Walk is fast approaching! September 10, 2016 at 9am in Bicentennial Park in Delaware, Ohio hundreds of people will attend this family friendly event to show their support for suicide prevention. This year the theme is: #Courage2Ask. “The theme is real
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Do you have the #Courage2Ask

“Why do people choose to be depressed? Why can’t they just “snap out of it”? If someone is suicidal, they’re just a coward. They just act that way for attention.” These statements and ideas are examples of the misconceptions concerning mental health issues. These thoughts are caused b
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In the News: Police ID former Ohio State employee who committed suicide in Wexner Center

Many are grieving after a former Ohio State University employee completed suicide last Sunday in Columbus,Ohio. HelpLine of Delaware and Morrow Co. Inc. would like to remind the community of the signs of suicide as well as resources available for survivors and those grieving. Grief is
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Join Us THIS SATURDAY! Fifth Annual Suicide Prevention Walk – Sept. 12 at 10 am

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY! Fifth Annual Suicide Prevention Walk – Saturday, September 12, 2015 What are your five? Find your five sources of support after suicide-loss. If you or someone you know have lost someone in your life, you know the following days, weeks, and months can be
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Mental Health Awareness Week! (Part 1/3)

How much attention do you devote to your state of mind? How much do you think mental health, good or bad, can affect our everyday lives? Can you see yourself making a positive influence on your community through friends, family, or even strangers? These are the questions the Delaware
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Overcoming: A series exploring the journey toward healing and self-discovery – Pt. 1

Part 1 of 3:  By Audia Fraley For those that have suffered from suicide loss, the experience of grief may feel like a block of heavy and unforgiving concrete.   After some time, it may even become difficult to envision a life without grief.   The grief process is often tremendously di
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