Bainbridge groups host ‘Bainbridge Island Comes Together: Talking with Youth about Suicide’

  • Thursday, December 7, 2017 7:44am
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A community conversation called “Bainbridge Island Comes Together: Talking with Youth about Suicide” will be held this week at Bainbridge High for parents and adults who work with youth.

Jennifer Barron, director of training from the University of Washington’s Forefront Suicide Prevention, will facilitate the discussion from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 7 in the commons at Bainbridge High.

The agenda will include topics that will touch on the journey of grief and also speak on signs of suicide and prevention.

The event is being held by Bainbridge Youth Services, along with the Bainbridge Island School District and Bainbridge Healthy Youth Alliance, with sponsorship from the Tyler Moniz Project.

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