In This Together

 

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IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING A MENTAL EMERGENCY OR THOUGHTS OF SUICIDE, CALL 911 OR CONTACT YOUR LOCAL CRISIS LINE BY CLICKING HERE.

Here’s “In This Together” spokesperson Blakely McHugh’s story:

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To find out more information on how you can “Shatter the Silence”, visit United Way of Jackson County Suicide Prevention today.

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In This Together: Senator Wyden

U.S. Senator Ron Wyden talks about the mental health crisis caused by the pandemic and devastating fires in Southern Oregon. He reminds us it is OK to ask for help and important for us all to know the signs.

In This Together: Positive Chatter

Blakely McHugh from NBC5 News shares a message about positive chatter, which means sending good and reinforcing messages to yourself. There’s nothing unusual about talking to yourself, just make the choice to do it in a positive way that will build you …

Cow Creek is In This Together

Darlene Chapman, Prevention Specialist for Cow Creek Health & Wellness, shares a message of support of the In This Together program. She emphasizes that talking about suicide does NOT put the idea in someone’s head. Listen to her explain more.