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WnT radio with host Jaclyn Roessel will run in tandem with National Suicide Prevention Week. Suicide prevention can only begin to be addressed with awareness and education of risk behaviors as well as protective conditions which lower suicide risk. Our conversation will also include discussion of American Indian cultural values that provide challenges in preventing suicides.
Our guests this week are:
Dr. Mary Hasbah Roessel, MD is a board certified psychiatrist practicing in New Mexico. She works with Native Americans in her private psychiatric practice and brings a special expertise in cultural psychiatry and understands the perspective of people from different cultures
Chloe Grabanski, Director of Fundraising & Supporter Relations with To Write Love On Her Arms , will be joining us to share information about the programs TWLOHA are holding as part of National Suicide Prevention Week.
Host Blaize Nolynne has been honored to have guest, Cheryl Morin of 'The JD Foundation' for suicide prevention! Suicide is sadly an epedemic that can be prevented and to educate yourself on the issue will help you and the ones around you!
You can check out her site at : http://www.thejdfoundation.org/about-us.html
Very honored to have Cheryl and I will be asking her to join us again!
Teen hosts McMillen, Grace, Robert, and Salwa talk about suicide prevention with Trina Luttinger, Student Assistance Counselor from Contact Community Services. This powerful show sends the message to teens that they are not alone in their struggles and provides information on how to help someone having thoughts of suicide. Sources of Strength, a best practice youth suicide prevention project, is also discussed.
If you are having thoughts of suicide, or you know someone who is showing warning signs for suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). The call is free and you will be connected to a trained counselor at a crisis center in your area.
Teen Talk is also participating in USC's Suicide Awareness Blog Day! Learn how you can raise awareness by visiting their website.
The Oklahoma National Guard invites you to listen to the Blog Talk Radio show "OnGuardinOk" on Thursday, September 19, 2013, at 10:00 a.m. (CST) please join us live at www.blogtalkradio.com/ogok
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, raising awareness of suicide and the many resources and educational information available to our Service Members and their families can help reduce and prevent further loss of life. Join our special guests Caitlin Thompson, Dept. of Veterans Affairs Deputy Director of Suicide Prevention, 1LT Carl Beyer, Suicide Prevention Program Manager, and CPT Lance Gosney, Suicide Prevention Coordinator.
On Guard in Oklahoma is growing and changing to meet your interests and needs. Join us live or via podcast. And don’t forget we love your feedback, questions and show ideas. Contact us at 646-716-7137.
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September is SUICIDE PREVENTION Month. I will share my poetic testimony of suicide & survival along with many others. I saw a STRONG need for people to SPEAK about this issue sooner then later. This show was scheduled to increase healing & awareness. How to interact with someone who has shown suicidal ideations or depression, when to take them serious, how to create a contract, & who to refer them to will be discussed by our professional special guest. I pray that peace & healing increases among listeners faciliated by this safe place to share poetry & stories. ~Beautiful Thought
SPECIALGUEST: www.ambassadorcounseling.com / Ambassador Counseling & Resource Group
Rev. Ray talks about National Suicide Prevention Week.
WHEREAS, suicide is the 10th leading cause of all deaths in the United States and the 3rd leading cause of death among individuals between the ages of 15 to 24; WHEREAS, in the United States, one person completes suicide every 14.2 minutes; WHEREAS, it is estimated that 4.73 million people in the United States are survivors of suicide (those who have lost a loved one to suicide); WHEREAS, 50.8% of people who die by suicide use a firearm, and guns stored in the house are used for suicide 40 times more often than for self-protection;
IF YOU ARE HAVING SUICIDIAL THOUGHTS OR KNOW SOMEONE WHO IS, DON'T BE AFRAID TO SEEK HELP! CALL 1-800-273-TALK, (703)527-4077 or 1-800-SUICIDE.
When Christians Speak Radio Broadcast Shows: Thursdays @ 12noon Declaring The Finished Work with Sister Pat Randall , "Friday Night Joy" With Rev Ray @7pm and Sunday Evening, "Bread of Life" with Rev. Ray @ 5 pm.
Welcome Everyone!!! Today we will be discussing Suicide Awareness Month. Alot of times when we think of Suicide we think of people whom are depressed, on drugs, etc. But recently over the past few years we have seen More and More Suicides take place with our Youth. The reasons for this ranges from their being issues of bullying, depression, and unstable households. Also beside the youth a large number of Military Veterans are also taking their lives, due to PTSD ( Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and not being able to cope with normal every day things due to being in war zones, and being traumatized. Alot of Military find it hard to function, and most are not up to seeking out professional counseling for these issues. Today we discuss this and More!
Join us on Tuesday, July 30, 2013 at 6:30pm-7:30pm (CDT) for Family of a Vet Blog Radio show. This weeks guest is Ted Aub, a veteran advocate who devotes his time and talents to serving on numerous programs and projects for veterans including the State of Connecticut Coalition for Veterans Rights and Services Special Projects - Suicide/Resilience prevention and response for Veterans. Learn about these programs and services, and how you can access and advocate for services in your own state. Listeners are encouraged call-in with questions and comments at:
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Reblogcast: SUICIDE PREVENTION. I will share my poetic testimony of suicide & survival. I saw a STRONG need for people to SPEAK about this issue soon. How to interact with someone who has shown suicidal ideations or depression, when to take them serious & who to refer them to will be discussed by our professional special guest. I pray that peace & healing
As a spin off of the book, "When is Strong Strong Enough?", by Souraya Christine, we will discuss many issues that test our strength. Each week will visit a new topic with experts, showcase authors and their talents, speak with national organizations, and visit with people with a mission to help change the world! It is the mission of this program to show you that true strength lies within and that, when tested, it can amaze even you! "Never give up...never give in...for the strength to conquer the world lies deep within!" ~Author Souraya Christine Check out the blog: http://?alwaysstrongenough.blogspot.com?Also visit www.sourayachristine.com.
Today, we will discuss the taboo topic of suicide. Many of us have been affected in one way or another by suicide. I've tried it, perhaps soome of you have. Perhaps you've lost a loved one this way? It is my goal to help stop at least one person reconsider their options. Join me?
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