TO THE EAST HELENA SUICIDE PREVENTION & AWARENESS COALITION
EHSPAC increases awareness about suicide and related warning signs, advocates for mental health and creates a network of support in the East Helena community and beyond!
EAST HELENA OUT OF THE DARKNESS CAMPUS WALK
The 2019 East Helena Out of the Darkness Campus Walk (Sat., April 27) is already on our minds. Want to help make our third-annual the best year yet? Click the button below!
We're always looking for new coalition members to join the fight to end suicide. Coalition members help with everything from lending a hand at the Out of the Darkness Walk, planning events and educational nights, to outreach and leading a variety of projects. Want to make a difference in your community? Click below to learn more!
Catch up on Coalition news, including upcoming events, suicide prevention efforts, local resources for you and your family, as well as information on a variety of mental health topics. Got an item you'd like us to cover? Let us know at EHSPACoalition@gmail.com.
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There are many ways people can fight suicide! For example, you can hold a fundraiser to benefit the cause, learn to facilitate community education opportunities, volunteer at an event, write a letter to the editor, or have a get-together to discuss mental health. We welcome you to use your skills and talents to reduce suicide in Lewis & Clark County.
The Coalition is always on the lookout for opportunities to collaborate on efforts that benefit the community. We're also happy to host an outreach table at your event. Got a brilliant idea to share? Tell us about it and let's fight suicide together!
EHSPAC works with the East Helena Police Department to bring in a steady supply of gunlocks through the Project ChildSafe Program. Locks are distributed at a variety of outreach events, but can also be picked up at East Helena City Hall, 306 E. Main St. or by contacting (406) 830-7439