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Worcester: Massachusetts Coalition for Suicide Prevention holds annual kickoff breakfast

Worcester – The Massachusetts Coalition for Suicide Prevention will be holding its annual kickoff breakfast at the College of the Holy Cross Wednesday, Sept. 10, which coincides with World Suicide Prevention Day. The MCSP will present on 2014 accomplishments and plans for the upcoming year and each of the 9 Regional Coalitions across the state will make presentations as well.? Alan Holmlund, the Director of the Suicide Prevention Program at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, will also make a presentation.

 

The Massachusetts Coalition for Suicide Prevention is a broad based inclusive alliance of suicide prevention advocates, including public and private agency representatives, policy makers, suicide survivors, mental health and public health consumers and providers and concerned citizens dedicated to working together to reduce the incidence of self-harm and suicide in the Commonwealth. The MCSP's mission is to prevent suicide through statewide collaboration and advocacy.

 

Refreshments will be provided, and all are welcome. For more information on this event or on MCSP, visit www.masspreventssuicide.org.

 

 

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