The SCSPC invites you to explore this site to access resources and learn about our work. If you would like to become a member of the coalition, volunteer for an event, donate funds, or obtain more information, please contact us.
Reduce the stigma associated with help seeking.
Reduce feelings of hopelessness.
Strengthen social support to reduce sense of isolation, especially among youth.
Support individuals with a family history of suicide to reduce their risk of suicide.
Increase access to and help improve clinical interventions and support for help seeking.
No one has to ride alone.
If you are struggling, or know someone who is struggling, get help. As the Sheridan County Suicide Prevention Coalition, we don't want anyone to have to "ride alone".
Anne Quast - one of Sheridan County's Community Prevention Professionals. Click here to find out more about me or to contact me!
Wendy Bruso - Sheridan County's other Community Prevention Professional. Click here to find out more about me or to contact me!