Suicide Prevention Coalition

Ashland County Suicide Prevention Coalition

In September 2003, the Mental Health and Recovery Board of Ashland County received a $10,000 grant from the Ohio Department of Mental Health for the purpose of establishing a community coalition to develop a suicide prevention plan. The first organizational meeting of the coalition was held in October. More than 50 individuals representing all aspects of the community attended, including county and city government, law enforcement, schools, providers, survivors and health care professionals. The Ashland County Suicide Prevention Plan is the result of four planning meetings of the coalition. The coalition identified target groups and then identified objectives for each group. The coalition also identified activities that would be utilized to reach these objectives

For more information please download the Ashland County Suicide Prevention Plan

For resources and additional information about suicide please click HERE

 

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