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North Fulton County Mental Health Collaborative

The North Fulton Mental Health Collaborative is normalizing the conversation surrounding mental health through engaging community leaders and families in an on-going dialogue to promote mental health awareness and suicide prevention in our faith communities, schools, businesses, and community at large.

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Suicide Awareness Month: Helping the Community Cope With and Deter Suicide

Thursday, September 29th, 2022
10:00am – 11:30am
Alpharetta First United Methodist Church
69 N Main Street, Alpharetta, GA 30009

Suicide is the number two killer of people between the ages of 10 to 34. The number of suicides again spikes among our elders in men over the age of 85. Suicide is a preventable death that can be actively deterred by everyday people, but we have to be willing to discuss it and be trained to look for the possible signs. Join us for an expert panel discussion and networking opportunity with local organizations and community representatives!

Panelists:

  • Caroline Brackett – PhD, LPC, ACS, NCC, Associate Professor of Counseling at Mercer University
  • Tamu Lewis – Co-Founder, Lee Thompson Young Foundation
  • Nehemiah McClendon, MA, NCC – Staff Associate Therapist at The Summit Counseling Center
  • Kayla D. Page, MA – Project Director at Suicide Prevention Initiative
  • And more!

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Join us for the North Fulton Mental Health Collaborative meeting this Suicide Awareness Month.Suicide is the number two killer of people between the ages of 10 to 34 but is a preventable death that can be actively deterred by everyday people - we only have to be willing to discuss it and be trained to look for the possible signs. Join us for an expert panel discussion and networking opportunity with local organizations and community representatives!Register now: events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ejc93cne00f3cd55&llr=6q7nczbab ... See MoreSee Less
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Join us on Tuesday, September 20th at 2 pm EST for a conversation with Chris Dendy, National Expert on ADHD, author, publisher, and speaker, at our weekly Statewide Parent Education and Support Group meeting. Our topic, "Anxiety Paralysis: How to Avoid 'Getting Stuck'" is one you don't want to miss! Register now at us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYucOugqz4pGtYjuPUzzTKEGHAWstrd016M ... See MoreSee Less
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Anyone can learn the skills to help save a life from suicide. Join the SAM Foundation on September 15th and 16th for a two-day ASIST training designed to help participants support those experiencing thoughts of suicide and connect them with the help they need. Email Julie Smith at julie@samfound.org for more information and registration! ... See MoreSee Less
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8/25/2022 Meeting – Back to School: Mental Health & Well-Being

7/28/2022 Meeting: Faith & Mental Health

6/30/2022 Meeting – Asian Mental Health & Quiet Trauma

5/26/2022 Meeting – Mental Health Awareness Month: New & Underdiscussed Developments

4/28/2022 Meeting – Let’s Talk: Protecting Our Children

3/31/2022 Meeting – Women’s Mental Health

Thank you to all who attended March’s NFMHC meeting on Women’s Mental Health! We are immensely grateful to our panelists for their experience and expertise added to our rich discussion.

2/24/2022 Meeting – African American Mental Health

10/28/21 Meeting – Let’s Talk: Helping Each Other Through Trauma