Project Relate has additional Nebraska suicide prevention and mental health resources.
Don’t Be Sidelined is a mental health public awareness campaign created in September 2012 through the collaboration and support of various non-profit and health and human service organizations across the state of Nebraska; Don’t Be Sidelined is led by The Kim Foundation in partnership with Husker Sports Marketing.
Nebraska State Suicide Prevention Coalition Meetings
News and Updates
Connect Training on April 25 in Norfolk, Nebraska
Join the Northeast Nebraska Coalition for Suicide Prevention, United Way, and Northeast Community College at the Faith Regional Hospital’s Nebraska Room on Friday, April 25 from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm for Connect Postvention Training. Connect Postvention Training helps service providers respond in a coordinated and comprehensive way in the aftermath of a suicide or any sudden death. Connect fosters relationship building and the exchange of resources among participants. Highlights of this training include best practices on how to coordinate a comprehensive and safe response to a suicide, strategies for reducing the risk of contagion, suggestions of how to talk to survivors of suicide loss to promote their health, and identification of community resources to promote healing. CEUs will be available for mental health practitioners, social workers, and nurses!
To register call: 402-841-3834
Suicide Outreach Coordinator NamedWe would like to welcome Jennifer Fry as the Outreach Coordinator at Interchurch Ministries of Nebraska. Jennifer Fry graduated Summa Cum Laude of her class with a Bachelor of Arts in Human Relations from Doane College. Her undergraduate career focused on crisis intervention, suicide prevention, grief and bereavement management, and the mental health of rural cultures. Jennifer is currently pursuing a Master of Arts degree in Counseling at Doane College and plans to become dually licensed as a Mental Health Practitioner and Drug and Alcohol counselor. As a graduate student, Jennifer has focused her research on suicide prevention and postvention, earning her several accreditations. Jennifer is a member of the American Counseling Association and the American Association of Suicidology and currently serves on the Nebraska State Suicide Prevention Coalition and the Lincoln/Lancaster County Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors (LOSS) Team.
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