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September is Suicide Prevention Month
Be the Change: How to Support Suicide Prevention Efforts This September
September, 2024
As we approach Suicide Prevention Month, share the information below with your communities to help them know what to expect — and more importantly, how to get involved.

September is Suicide Prevention Month! In the U.S., World Suicide Prevention Day (September 10, 2024) is surrounded by National Suicide Prevention Week (September 8 through 14). All month, the internet will be full of information about preventing suicide. You’ll likely see a lot of teal and purple, which are the official colors of suicide prevention.

Throughout September, prevention practitioners, advocates, and allies will promote a comprehensive approach to suicide prevention. People who have experienced suicidal thoughts or suicide attempts or lost loved ones to suicide may share their perspectives. Clinicians and other experts will likely give webinars on suicide interventions. Prevention organizations may host roundtables to discuss legislative efforts, policies, and the in-development 2024 National Strategy for Suicide Prevention.

Read more at this link.
News Items
Shelly Mullenix Recognized by Rain Will Bring Flowers Foundation
Shelly Mullenix, a member of the Baton Rouge Crisis Intervention Center Board of Directors, was recognized by the Rain Will Bring Flowers Foundation. They awarded her their First Annual Award of Recognition. Shelly was honored for her hard work in helping the organization begin its mission to serve others in our community.

The Crisis Center congratulates Shelly on her award, and appreciates all the good work she does, both here and at Rain Will Bring Flowers.
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Abadie! The Louisiana Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers recently named Dr. Margo Abadie as the recipient of the 2021 Dorothy Schenthal Leadership Award.

Since 1984, the award has been given to an outstanding NASW-LA leader. In addition to being a member in good standing of the Louisiana Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, a candidate must also have provided outstanding leadership in the field of social work.

We are so proud of her and all that she has done for BRCIC! She is an incredible leader and role model for all social workers and leaves the world a little better wherever she goes.

For more details about this prestigious award and all that Dr. Abadie has done, check out pages 27-29 on the NASW-LA conference brochure.
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.

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