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Thursday, January 28, 2016
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Blake Bennett



  1. Zucchini Bread ~ Cooking For A Cause
    30 Jun, 2016
    Zucchini Bread ~ Cooking For A Cause
    Blake and Cindy will walk in the Out of the Darkness Walk  to benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, in memory of Blake's mom Melissa and Cindy's son Joshua. One of our team goals is to break the social stigma that keeps people from discussing suicide and mental illness with others. Suicide is something that is not talked about, and is the result of illness, not the result of character flaws or a personal weakness. Adults and children who lost someone to suicide need to find
  2. Join the Stand Against Stigma
    17 Feb, 2016
    Join the Stand Against Stigma
    The Community Education Committee works to promote mental wellness, increase community awareness of mental health and end the stigma surrounding mental illness and substance abuse. The CEC is also instrumental in the development and implementation of the Stand Against Stigma campaign as well as the planning for mental health month events in May. CEC also collaborates extensively with Shasta Suicide Prevention. Follow Stand Against Stigma on Facebook The CEC is open to all interested members of
  3. QPR Suicide Prevention Training February 10th
    28 Jan, 2016
    QPR Suicide Prevention Training February 10th
    FREE Training! Next training class February 10, 2016 at 3:00 pm QPR is a research based training that involves three simple steps. When put into action, these steps can prevent a death by suicide. This training is offered for free through Shasta County. Contact Amy Sturgeon, MPH at 530-229-8426 or at [email protected] to sign up for our next class.QPR Suicide Prevention Training
  4. Becoming Brave - March 5th
    28 Jan, 2016
    Becoming Brave - March 5th
    Becoming Brave - A Training to Erase the Stigma of Mental Health Challenges This free training covers 3 primary goals: 1.Evaluating the costs/benefits of disclosing personal experience with mental health conditions. 2.Developing strategies for safer disclosing. 3. Crafting one’s story into a meaningful message. A boxed lunch will be provided. RSVP as space is limited. For more information or to RSVP, contact Marc at [email protected] or (530) 225-5970. This project is funded by the