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Students and Veterans Discuss Restoring Hope

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Are you losing hope because you feel "nobody cares" about you in the classroom and workplace? Do you know a student, co-worker, especially a student veteran, who has lost HOPE? Join Dr. Danita Applewhite and Special Guest Steve Schiro, Educator and President of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AZ Chapter) and “Out of Darkness Walks”. Listen to increase your awareness of the warning signs of hopelessness and depression that lead to suicidal thoughts. Hear about unique prevention and intervention techniques that have helped thousands of Adult Students and Employees manage stress, restore their hope, and achieve their workforce goals.  Previously aired in 2014 as  "Students and Teachers Discuss Restoring Hope"

The White Apple Institute Talk Show, is produced by the students and veterans of White Apple Institute (a nonprofit 501 c 3). We are dedicated to restoring hope and preventing underserved adult students with emotional challenges and disabilities from dropout/burnout from school, work, and LIFE! Let's encourage even those who have been out of the classroom for some time, to  "Take a bite of White Apple Wisdom and change the perception of 'disabled to differently-abled' to achieve their goals in higher education and succeed in the workforce!  Learn more about how to volunteer and sponsor a student veteran in the "Place your B.E.T.S. on our VETS" crisis intervention program. Visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org, email us at info@whiteappleinstitute.org or call 888-56-APPLE (888-562-7753).

to volunteer and sponsor a student veteran in the "Place your B.E.T.S. on our VETS" crisis intervention program. Visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org, email us at info@whiteappleinstitute.org or call 888-56-APPLE (888-562-7753).

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