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Oceanside High School
Supporting Our Community after a Suicide
Location: Oceanside High School
Date: Monday, January 23rd at 6 PM
Presenter: Clinical Director of NAMI Maine, Greg A Marley, LCSW
When a suicide happens in our community, the shock and the grief makes everyone feel less safe; when the loss involves a young person, our concern over safety grows. The reaction and grief following a suicide is among the most challenging grief reaction. RSU#13 invites you to take part in a presentation by a leading expert in suicide prevention and response in Maine as he talks about the grief following a suicide; how to care for ourselves and our student body, and our community in the aftermath of this tragedy. Greg Marley will also address the leading causes and signs of suicide to prepare the community as a resource for suicide prevention for anyone at risk. Suicide prevention is up to us all and now, more than ever, we need to know what we can do to support our children.
This talk is an opportunity for debriefing the loss to our community and to increase awareness for future risk. It is for anyone in the community who has been touched by recent losses and wants to support suicide prevention. Though information will be presented, this is also a time to ask questions and to begin the long process of letting go.
Greg Marley is the Clinical Director of NAMI Maine. He has practiced in the field of community mental health and prevention in Maine for over 25 years. Since 2007, Greg has developed and presented training and education supporting the needs of a diverse set of partners in suicide prevention across Maine. He comes to this work from a background in crisis and emergency services, substance abuse prevention, and program management. In the aftermath of a suicide, he has provided debriefing, guidance and support to organizations and people in grief. Greg has presented across Maine and New England to a variety of audiences in suicide prevention, substance abuse prevention, mental health and other topics. He lives with his family in Rockland.
Register now for Oceanside Career Day!
March 8th, 2017
Set up between 7:00-7:45am
On Wednesday, March 8, 2017, Oceanside High School will again host a Career Day for roughly 500 students. Career Day supports students in exploring a wide range of careers by engaging with professionals in those fields. We hope you or someone from your organization can join us as one of those professionals.
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