14th Annual Circle of Support Walk Will Take Place on April 13, 2024
The Baton Rouge Crisis Intervention Center’s (BRCIC) 14th Annual Circle of Support Walk will be held
at 3350 Dalrymple Drive, Baton Rouge, 70802, on April 13, 2024, from 8:30-10:30.
The Circle of Support Walk is a community event sponsored by The Baton Rouge Crisis Intervention Center and the LSU School of Social Work Graduate Students.
The primary goal of the Walk is not only a fundraiser to help support our free, weekly, peer-facilitated
Survivor of Suicide Loss (SOS) support group; but also to educate and raise awareness of the aftermath suicide
causes in every community and for the individuals whose lives are impacted by suicide loss. The BRCIC has provided this ongoing SOS
support group to the Baton Rouge and surrounding area since 1981. If you are interested in knowing more about this group, contact us at
email@example.com, or call 225-924-1431 to inquire.
In addition, the Circle of Support Walk supports funding for the BRCIC’s education and training opportunities to prepare individuals,
organizations, and the community to make a difference by learning more about suicide prevention and intervention. In recent years,
the BRCIC has created the National Suicidology Training Center (NSTC). The NSTC program also
provides training opportunities from other national programs to support the opportunity to partner in order to create and strengthen suicide-safer communities.
You can donate to the Walk at the event, or by donating online for a general donation or in honor of one of the individuals commemorated by a Walker.
Click any graphic or name below to access a particular page for your donation. (here at www.brcic.org).
For more information, or to add a name you wish to commemorate, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: The BRCIC website is not intended to provide help in a crisis.
If you are feeling suicidal or need help for yourself or someone you know, please consult IASP's Suicide Prevention Resources to find a crisis center anywhere in the world.
In the US, call 988 for a free suicide prevention service or visit 988lifeline.org