The Seneca County Suicide Prevention Coalition is an inclusive community that openly discusses suicide without stigma and offers hope and healing to those affected by suicide. We strive to provide necessary information and tools in order to raise public awareness, promote education, create messengers for change, and increase actions to reduce suicide throughout Seneca County.
For more information about the Seneca County Suicide Prevention Coalition, or to find out how you can help email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you or anyone you know is struggling with suicide, seek help immediately:
A special Sudden Loss Support Group meeting will be held on Monday, May 6, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. for those affected by the recent tragedy in South Seneca. Sudden Loss Support Groups are free, and open to the public. They are held twice-monthly in Waterloo and Ovid.
Sunday was a stunning success thanks to the days, weeks, and months spent by organizers putting together Seneca County's first ever Out of the Darkness Walk. The walk was held at Sampson State Park, as more than 400 turned out for the day's festivities. Altogether, more than $18,000 was raised for the AFSP.
The Seneca County Suicide Prevention Coalition will be hosting a series of Talk Saves Lives trainings to help educate the community with regard to suicide prevention. While no dates are currently set for trainings, a number of sessions were held in August and September. Learn more about 'Talk Saves Lives' by clicking on the tab below.