Saturday is Survivors of Suicide Loss Day, and programs are planned in Billings and Miles City.
More and more, we are learning that suicide prevention is everybody's business.
Montana’s suicide epidemic gets some help with an increase in the number of people trained to recognize the signs of someone who is contemplating suicide.
Twenty people gathered Saturday at a Billings Clinic conference room for a topic that none of them would willingly have chosen to know anything about: suicide.
Joan Nye talks about the Montana Faces of Suicide quilt at the International Survivors of Suicide Day gathering at the Mary Alice Fortin Conference Center at Billings Clinic on Saturday.
The free program to mark International Survivors of Suicide Day will be held from 9 to 11:30 a.m. on Nov. 23. An incorrect date was listed in the article in Wednesday's Health section.
Devastated when her first “real” boyfriend dumped her, and grief-stricken by her grandfather’s death, Keilei Kohlman took an emotional nosedive.
Paul Whiting, Kay Foster and Joan Nye are survivors of suicide.
The topic of suicide makes people uncomfortable.
Suicide survivors Paul Whiting, Kay Foster, and Joan Nye recount their experiences and struggles as they coped with life after their loved ones completed suicide.
Joan Nye talks about the struggle her son, John Vincent Meyer, had with mental illness and his eventual suicide. He took his life on Sunday, June 27, 1999.
Joan Nye made these scrapbooks to remember her son who took own life on Sunday, June 27, 1999. The scrapbooks kept her busy in the days following his death.
John Vincent Meyer
John Vincent Meyer
A program is set for Saturday to commemorate the Annual Survivors of Suicide Loss Day.
As many know, my son John completed suicide 13 years ago, ending his five-year struggle that began with puberty.
We say a heartfelt thank you to everyone who supported our Out of the Darkness Community Walks for suicide prevention in Billings, Miles City and Missoula. Businesses (large and small), artists, local media, people who cope with depression, survivors of suicide loss, students and people of a…
A free program for people who have lost a loved one to suicide will be held Saturday, International Survivors of Suicide Day, at the Billings Clinic's Mary Alice Fortin Conference Center.
The Montana Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will present the International Survivors of Suicide Day telecast on Nov. 19 from 10:30 a.m. to noon at Billings Clinic's Mary Alice Fortin Center. Refreshements will be available at 10 a.m., and a sharing circle will take …