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June 2017 Prevention Newslink

Prevention Newslink for June 2017.  Included in the June edition is the following information: Page 1: Information on SD prevention resource centers, about project Stand up, to stand up to illegal drugs and a Family relationship checklist: protecting my family Page 2: Upcoming training and events, Combatting Methamphetamine Use, Updated SD Meth Arrest Facts, and […]

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Avera Behavioral Health Professionals Talk “13 Reasons Why”

Avera Professionals discuss taking caution when watching the Netfliz Series “13 Reasons Why.”  In this article they discuss warning signs if you think someone you know might be thinking about suicide and the resources that they can reach out to. http://www.avera.org/balance/behavioral-health/avera-behavioral-health-professionals-talk-13-reasons-why/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=avera-behavioral-health-professionals-talk-13-reasons-why    

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May 2017 Prevention Newslink

Prevention Newslink for May 2017.  Included in the May edition is the following information: Page 1: May is Mental Health Month and Information, information on 13 reasons why and SD prevention Resource Center Information Page 2: National Prevention week is May 14th-20th, upcoming training and events, and West River Prevention Meeting Update Page 3: An […]

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April 2017 Prevention Newslink

Prevention Newslink for April 2017.  Included in the April edition is the following information: Page 1:  SD Prevention Resource Centers, Gib Sudbeck retiring from State service Page 2: “Together We Are Stronger,” Students against Destructive Decisions(SADD) conferences held on both ends of South Dakota Page 3: Upcoming Training and Events and pictures from SADD Page […]

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Men in the Middle Years

“Although men in the middle years (MIMY)—that is, men 35–64 years of age—represent 19 percent of the population of the United States, they account for 40 percent of the suicides in this country. The number of men in this age group and their relative representation in the U.S. population are both increasing. If the suicide […]

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