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Suicide Prevention Week

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Northern New Mexico College
Suicide Prevention Week
All Events Free and Open to the Public
Monday, September 8 – Thursday, September 11

comedyshowMonday, September 8:

  • Suicide Prevention Information Table
    EXITO Counseling Services
    Commons area
    10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
  • Sign up for Narcan Training taking place on Wednesday, September 10
  • Gay/Straight Alliance Monday Movie Matinee
    Native Cry Outrach Alliance: suicide Prevention for Native American Youth and Word’s Greatest Dad starring the late Robin Williams.
    Student Government Office
    2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
    Complimentary popcorn and drinks

Tuesday, September 9

  • Wear a yellow t-shirt to celebrate out and proud day!
  • Visit the Gay/Straight Alliance Information Table
    10 a.m. - 2 p.m, commons area
  • Sign up for auditions for staged reading of “8”

Wednesday, September 10

  • Narcan training by NM Departnment of Health Staff
  • HIV/AIDS Information Fair, featuring Santa Fe Mountain Center, Taos PFLAG and Tewa Women United
    AD 101/102, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Thursday, September 11

  • Panel Discussion: “How Suicide Affects Families”
    10 a.m., Board Room in the Montoya Admin Building
  • Out and Proud Comedy Show Starring Lucas Corvatta
    Center for the Fine Arts Auditorium, 7 p.m.
    Remembering Those We’ve Lost: Candelight Vigil, following the show

For more information, contact:

Anna X Gutierrez Sisneros at malinallix@nnmc.edu or Peter Snyder at psnyder@nnmc.edu.

Sponsored by Title V EXITO Counseling Services, Gay/Straight Alliance, Office of Equity and Diversity, and Student Life Activities Council.

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