Seth is a graduate of South Medford High School who bravely shares his personal experience about why he attempted suicide. He talks about what it was like to be in that moment, and what happens when he’s sharing his story ...

Seth is a young man who bravely shares his personal experience about why he attempted suicide. He talks about what led to his personal recovery in this inspiring In This Together message. Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. —The United Way of Jackson County, along with the Joe and Frances Naumes Foundation, are honoring the Everyday Heroes of Jackson County. The awards are designed to recognize people for their small acts of kindness in the ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — The United Way of Jackson County just received a large grant for the In This Together campaign. The In This Together Campaign is a collaboration between NBC5 News, the United Way, and other local organizations. It works ...

Middle age can often turn into a midlife crisis. NBC5’s Blakely McHugh talks about the stresses we face, and encourages us to learn the proven coping skills that will help us get through it. Remember: It is okay to ask ...

This message from NBC5’s Blakely McHugh is for our seniors, those have experienced so much, and have so much still to offer. There is a special line set up for Senior Loneliness: 1-800-282-7035  Please call, or encourage someone you know ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — September is Suicide Awareness Month and the ‘In this Together’ campaign, addressing suicide and the stigma around it, held a partner meeting Thursday morning. The campaign aims to address the health crisis surrounding suicide as well as ...

NBC5 News recognizes our community partners that have made “In This Together” possible. Thank you to Asante, the United Way of Jackson County, Harry & David, Central Point Police, Jackson County Health & Human Services, and AllCare Health. Thank you ...

In this message, we recognize our “In This Together” partners and look back at the impact these messages of hope have had so far. Thank you to Regence, Cow Creek Umpqua Tribe, Harry & David, Providence, and Banner Bank. This ...

Blakely McHugh from NBC5 News addresses this message to the men on our community. She reinforces that it is OK to ask for help, and shares some options for letting off stress. ...

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