Discussion about mental health and suicide to be held in Lyme

Published: 05-19-2023 8:47 AM

LYME — CommunityCare of Lyme is scheduled to host a community discussion of mental health and suicide on Sunday in recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month.

The event speakers include: Angie Raymond Leduc, manager of the Injury Prevention Center within Population Health at Dartmouth Health; Terri Lavely, who works for the St. Johnsbury, Vt.-based designated mental health agency Northeast Kingdom Human Services; and Al Carbonneau, who manages Headrest’s crisis call center. Laurie Veillette, a clinical psychologist, will serve as emcee for the event.

Topics include: The breadth of the problem in the Twin States; signs that can help save a life; and resources for support, including 988. The event also will include a guided question and answer session.

The discussion will take place on Sunday from 4 - 7 p.m. at the Lyme School. More information and registration is online at: cclyme.org/events/mh-suicide-conversation

 

]]>

Yesterday's Most Read Articles

Missing Dartmouth student’s body found in Connecticut River
Dartmouth faculty censures college president over response to protest
Search for missing Dartmouth graduate student ends tragically
Rivendell superintendent departure adds to district’s challenges
Affordable apartments slated for vacant city-owned land in Lebanon
NH Cold Case Unit searches Newport property