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To the Student Sitting in the Back of My Suicide Prevention Class

Written by: R. J. Shuman, Suicide Prevention Educator, HelpLine Originally posted on The Mighty: https://themighty.com/2016/10/a-letter-to-the-student-in-my-suicide-prevention-class/ Dear student sitting in the back of the class, I saw you sitting back there. You showed up for all thr
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In the News: DeWine Unveils Initiative

Originally posted by Community Common online: http://communitycommon.com/news/743/dewine-unveils-initiative (COLUMBUS, Ohio)— Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced today that he is awarding more than $51 million to 307 crime victim service providers across Ohio as part of the ne
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Mental Health Awareness Week! (Part 3/3)

Mental Health Awareness Week, May 11 – 15, was a time of celebrating good mental health and learning how to keep yourself happy and healthy. The Delaware Suicide Prevention Coalition spent time at Buckeye Valley Middle School and Hayes High School to promote these messages, and to pro
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Preventing and Responding To Child Sexual Abuse – Practical Tools

If you follow the headlines, you know that child sexual abuse happens. It happens often and it happens close to home, as we have most recently experienced in our own community as a long time elementary teacher was recently indicted on multiple charges. It painfully illustrates the fac
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Preventing and Responding to Sexual Assault and Child Abuse – Be a part of the solution!

April is Sexual Assault Awareness (SAAM) and Child Abuse Prevention Month (CAP) – Community Events promote Awareness Approximately 1 in 10 children experience child sexual abuse before their 18th birthday. In up to 90% of all child sexual abuse cases, the child knew the offender
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Connections Volunteer Center Offers Training for Professionals in a Broad and Affordable 2015 Schedule

Connections Volunteer Center, a program of HelpLine, is offering another full year of community training opportunities in 2015. Visit the website, www.connectionsvoluntercenter.org, to review the new catalog and register online. All trainings are open to the public and provide CPEs fo
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