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AFSP Campus Out of Darkness Walk at Western Oregon University

Michael J Polacek ·
Join us on May 17, 2019 Register Now Donate Walk Date: 05/17/2019 Walk Location: Main Street Park - Monmouth, OR Check-in/Registration Time: 4:00 pm Walk Begins: 5:00 pm Walk Ends: 6:00 pm For more information, please contact: Contact Name: Tim Glascock Contact Phone: 503-838-8379 Contact Email: glascockt@wou.edu Online registration closes at noon (local time) the Friday before the walk. However, anyone who would like to participate can register in person at the walk from the time check-in...
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AFSP Out of Darkness Walk Salem for Suicide Awareness

Michael J Polacek ·
Please call, text, or message me if you have any questions about the upcoming walk to raise awareness and continue to gather momentum for the community. https://afsp.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.event&eventID=6023
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Community Impact Report 2017 - 2019 TRACEs

Karen Clemmer ·
Please see the attached community impact report written by TRACEs in Central Oregon! From the report: Our story is right there in the name. TRACEs. Yes, it’s an acronym: trauma, resilience and adverse childhood experiences. But the real story happens when these letters are put together to form a word that means shadows, echoes, and imprints—like the long-lasting effects of trauma. This movement is about teaching people to see the traces; to see the shadows that trauma such as generational...
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Frederick Douglas, "It's easier to build a strong child than repair broken men."

Michael J Polacek ·
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention holds annual community walks to raise awareness about suicide and to destroy the stigma behind mental health. What if prisons and jails could be places of healing and preparation for inmates to return to society and contribute as productive citizens? No other state addresses the inmates and correctional officers in this way and they conducted not one, but 6 Out of Darkness Walks in Oregon prisons. Suicide is the result of deeper issues and...
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Out of Darkness Overnight Walk to Raise Awareness for Suicide

Michael J Polacek ·
Plenty of people have already joined in on this year’s Overnight Virtual Experience, a physically safe version of our flagship event, The Out of the Darkness Overnight Walk, which raises awareness and funds to help stop suicide, and to support those affected by it. May is Mental Health Awareness Month, making it the perfect time to register for The Overnight and get started. We all have mental health, and we’re encouraging everyone to take one simple action this month to support our theme of...
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