(RUTHERFORD COUNTY, TENN.) Blackman High School will host a suicide awareness and prevention night in their high school auditorium next month on February 6th at 6 p.m. The night is open to all Rutherford County School parents and guardians, though some information may not be suitable for small children.
At the upcoming event, parents and educators will hear from The Jason Foundation as well as Trustpoint Hospital to learn about suicide risk factors and warning signs. During the seminar, parents and guardians will hear from experts who focus on mental well-being. Parents can also discover helpful resources and support options for their students.
For more information contact secondary school counseling supervisor Christine Bryan at email@example.com.
Additional WGNS NEWS Headlines:
- Missing Shelbyville Woman Safely Located
- York VA Medical Center in Murfreesboro is Hiring Nurses
- The Idea of Introducing the Game of Chess Into Our School Curriculum
- Polar Bear Plunge and New Year's Day 5k in Murfreesboro
- Applications Being Accepted for the Discovery School
- Recall of Gas Ranges due to CARBON MONOXIDE Poisoning