News and Upcoming Events February 2016

familynightout2016Family Night Out at Dakota High School
Depression, Anxiety, and Suicide Prevention 101
Monday, February 29, 2016
6:30 – 8:30pm
Dakota High School Atrium 21051
21 Mile Road (Enter through North Doors)

* Review symptoms of depression and anxiety
* Discuss when to seek professional help
* Make an action plan for self care
* Learn the warning signs for suicide
* Learn what to do if someone is suicidal
* Explore local resources for mental health
* FREE DINNER served at 6:30pm

RSVP (required) to slange@cvs.k12.mi.us or 586-723-2872 by February 26, 2016


Jean Larch“Understanding the Suicidal Mind”
6 Week grief recovery workshop with Jean Larch
March 28th, April 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th and May 2nd
Each workshop 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Macomb Intermediate School District (room 104)
44001 Garfield Rd. Clinton Township MI 48038

RSVP (required) to sos@knowresolve.org or call 877-228-9550 by March 21, 2016


Death is Not The Answer – a documentary film by Keith Famie

We are proud to partner with Keith and Visionalist Entertainment on the production of this important and informative independent film. Keith is in the final stages of production in preparation for an exclusive April 7th premier at The Silent Epidemic conference (see below) in Plymouth, MI. We are trying to help Keith finish raising the much needed funds to complete the project. For more information about the film, to see a trailer, and how you can be a part of this, click HERE.


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“The Silent Epidemic, a conference of Suicide”
April 7th – 9th, The Inn at St. Johns, Plymouth, MI

We are proud to be a sponsor of this conference which includes Keynote Speaker and renowned researcher and clinician, Thomas Joiner, PhD; and plenary speakers Michelle Cornette, PhD, Executive Director of the Association of Suicidology; Cheryl King, PhD, of the University of Michigan and Doree Ann Espiritu, MD, of Henry Ford Health Systems, and many other excellent presenters including Dennis Liegghio from KnowResolve. Attendees will have an unprecedented opportunity to hear from many national and local experts on the issue of suicide – focusing on Information, Intervention and Hope. More info and online registration available at www.KevinsSong.org

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Presenting 2015 Songwriting Contest Winner Molly Wing!

IMG_3255Earlier this year we launched our first songwriting contest and are proud to present contest winner Molly Wing and her song “The Good Ones”.

Molly says: “The Goods Ones is a song I was inspired to write after realizing that one of the most important things you need to get through a hard time in your life is the support of others. Supportive friends and family can really help you in bad times even when the world outside is cruel.”

Molly was awarded a $1,000 cash prize, had her song professionally recorded at Metro 37 studios, and the music video and PSA were both produced by our friends at Hart, Inc.

A very BIG thank you to Chris Rogers and everyone at Hart, and to Kevin Sharpe at Metro 37, who donated their time, talent and services for this project. We will be promoting Molly’s music video and PSA, and working with her to help launch the contest again in early 2016!

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Tickets available now for our 9th Annual “Breaking The Silence” Benefit for Suicide Prevention!

btsflyer-webPlease join us in our fight to prevent youth suicides by supporting our flagship fundraising event! We are seeking support through sponsorship, attendance, and cash or in-kind donations for our silent auction and raffle tables.

The evening will be a celebration of life and hope, and will feature live entertainment and dancing, raffles, door prizes, a silent auction, a full, plated dinner and an open bar.

Funds raised through this event help us educate an average of 1,500 teens and young adults each month about the facts, myths, risk factors and warning signs of suicidal behavior; what to do in crisis, available resources and how to cope with distress.

Online sales are closed, but a limited amount of tickets will be available for sale at the door. Saturday, November 21st, 6pm at the Mirage Banquet Hall in Clinton Township. Thanks for your support, we hope to see you there!

More Info at www.BTSbenefit.org

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