Suicide Prevention Coalition of Calhoun County

The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Calhoun County (SPCCC) is a partnership of dedicated community members that includes medical and behavioral health professionals, educators, law enforcement, faith leaders, veterans services, mental health advocates, survivors of suicide loss, survivors of suicide attempt, and many other caring and compassionate members of your community.

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We are asking YOU to join us.

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Sign up for a QPR class today; spread the word to your friends, family, and neighbors; and once you've taken QPR, share your knowledge with others, help plant the seeds of hope, and when you notice warning signs that someone might be thinking of suicide, use your skills to TAKE ACTION.

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Be the one to show up for that person, let them know you care, listen with empathy (and without judgement), and get others involved. We need our community now more than ever, and most importantly, WE NEED YOU.

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If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide, call our local Summit Pointe Crisis Line (1-800-632-5449) or text the National Crisis Text Line (741-741). Reach out TOGETHER; if you're struggling, ask someone to help you make that call, or be the one to help a friend make that call. You deserve support, you belong here, and YOU ARE NOT ALONE. Summit Pointe provides 24 hour a day emergency services and crisis response. Services are designed to meet the mental health crisis needs for all of Calhoun County.

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If you are interested in bringing QPR to your workplace or organization, please contact Scott at steichmer@summitpointe.org

The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Calhoun County (SPCCC) is a partnership of dedicated community members that includes medical and behavioral health professionals, educators, law enforcement, faith leaders, veterans services, mental health advocates, survivors of suicide loss, survivors of suicide attempt, and many other caring and compassionate members of your community.

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We are asking YOU to join us.

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Sign up for a QPR class today; spread the word to your friends, family, and neighbors; and once you've taken QPR, share your knowledge with others, help plant the seeds of hope, and when you notice warning signs that someone might be thinking of suicide, use your skills to TAKE ACTION.

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Be the one to show up for that person, let them know you care, listen with empathy (and without judgement), and get others involved. We need our community now more than ever, and most importantly, WE NEED YOU.

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If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide, call our local Summit Pointe Crisis Line (1-800-632-5449) or text the National Crisis Text Line (741-741). Reach out TOGETHER; if you're struggling, ask someone to help you make that call, or be the one to help a friend make that call. You deserve support, you belong here, and YOU ARE NOT ALONE. Summit Pointe provides 24 hour a day emergency services and crisis response. Services are designed to meet the mental health crisis needs for all of Calhoun County.

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If you are interested in bringing QPR to your workplace or organization, please contact Scott at steichmer@summitpointe.org

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