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National Suicide Prevention Week 2022

Suicide Prevention Week occurs in September and Catherine’s school focused on expanding the awareness of this dreadful experience for many families. One day focused on Construction with a theme to “work together to build up our mental health.”  According to the Mayo Clinic, “Many teens who attempt or die by suicide have a mental health condition. As a result, they have trouble coping with the stress of being a teen, such as dealing with rejection, failure, breakups, school difficulties and family turmoil. They might also be unable to see that they can turn their lives around — and that suicide is a permanent response, not a solution, to a temporary problem.” If you’re hurting or know someone who is in trouble, please reach out for help. Talk To Someone Now

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