OREGON— Dwight Holton, CEO for Lines For Life talks mental health amid Coronavirus, social distancing, and wildfires. He speaks about a number of topics including, an increase in mental health calls, the three-digit mental health number, the potential for lasting ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — As part of the In This Together campaign to raise awareness for suicide, NBC5 News is sharing stories of those who have been impacted by suicide. Sue Waier lost her brother to suicide in June of ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– The fourth annual Run With Grace 5k kicked off early Saturday morning with hundreds in attendance. The run is held in honor of Grace Holt – a young girl who took her own life four years ago. She ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — On January 31st, a suicide awareness event, Bringing Happy Back Experience, is coming to Ashland. Producer and entertainer, Tonya Farrens says the event is to raise awareness and promote mental health. Farrens says the sole purpose of ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — Local non-profit Winterspring hosted an event Saturday for the survivors of suicide loss. November 23rd is International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day. People from across southern Oregon came together for support and remembrance at the Smullin Health Center ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — North Medford High School students attended a unique assembly this morning. North Medford senior, Hannah Ross, was inspired to spread awareness around suicide prevention after going through some hard times last year. “I didn’t really want to ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — A Rogue Valley non-profit is organizing an event for people who have lost someone to suicide. Next Saturday, November 23rd, is International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day. WinterSpring is hosting an event for survivors of suicide at ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — The second “In This Together” partner meeting took place today at KOBI-TV NBC5 studios. The suicide prevention campaign has been producing public service announcements and speaking to area civic organizations. It’s working to break the stigma of ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. — Here in our community and across the nation seniors are taking their lives more often than anyone else. Health officials say the reason behind that is attributed to a feeling of loneliness. Joan Kramer with Medford ...

MEDFORD, ore. — More than 500 people turned out in Medford to raise awareness about suicide prevention and mental health on Saturday. Participants and teams walked two miles together wearing different colored shirts and signs symbolizing a personal connection or ...

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