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SUICIDE PREVENTION

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Calls to all of their resource lines have jumped up 40% since the Summer launch of 988.
Wendi Wheeler was going through a dark time in May when she spotted Jay Dagny, a North Dakota State University student, holding a sign with the words "You are loved" at Eighth and Main in Moorhead.
Activities will begin at noon at Scheels Arena, with the opening ceremony scheduled to start at 2 p.m.
Annual Out of the Darkess walk will be held in Fargo
Speaker Nathan Harmon will present at schools as well as two free community events called Night of Hope
"Minding Our Elders" columnist Carol Bradley Bursack hears from a reader whose friend, a longtime caregiver for his wife with dementia, died by suicide.

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Lorrie Carlson remembers how difficult it could be to find the right card for her daughter Elisha whenever she was struggling. Now she's worked with Minneapolis artist Marva Sheriff to produce the H.O.P.E. card, designed to say just the right thing when people need it most.
FirstLink, a suicide prevention non-profit organization, has scheduled various events around the community to spread awareness about suicides and how to prevent them.
The new three-digit dialing code streamlines access to mental health crisis support and is part of a nationwide effort to transition the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline to a phone number people can more easily remember and access in times of crisis.

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