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Bucks County Suicide Prevention Task Force

Walk to Make A Difference

Bucks County Suicide Prevention Task Force Presents "Walk to Make a Difference"

2018 Walk Details Coming Soon

If you are in a Crisis situation Call 1-800-499-7455  to speak to a trained crisis worker - Anytime - Day or Night
Other Crisis Numbers

Walk to Make a Difference - Suicide Prevention Task Force  - Informational

Comcast Newsmakers Panel on Suicide Prevention

Dawn Seader - Walk to Make a Difference
Sunday, April 30, 2017 - Bucks County Technical High School
Anthony Devlin - Neshaminy School District
Importance of Mental Health Awareness in School Setting andWalk to Make a Difference
Bringing School Districts Together for Awareness
Commissioner Diane M. Ellis-Marseglia, LCSW
Community Coming Together to Prevent Suicide
Walk to Make a Difference
Suicide Task Force
Wendy Flanigan, MH/DP
Training the Community to Recognize and Respond to Suicide - QPR Training
Suicide Task Force
Maria Picciotti, Family Services Association
Recognizing the Need to Talk About It
Whether problems seem big or small
24/7 National Crisis Hotline
CONTACT Helpline 8 am - 8 pm
Sharon Curran - Lenape Valley Foundation
Crisis Hotlines for Mental Health, Drug and Alcohol issues...Completely anonymous.
Separate Crisis Lines for Police Officers, and for other First Responders
State Representative Frank Farry
Where do first responders go for help? Reduce Stigma, Increase Awareness, Have Resources in Place to Help.
First Responders Crisis Hotline, Police Personnel Crisis Hotline - Does not need to be Job Related.