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People open up at annual Suicide Awareness Walk


September 14, 2018

Havre Daily News/Derek Hann

A crowd listens to Amber Spring, chair of the Suicide Awareness Walk Committee, speak Thursday on the Montana State University-Northern campus before the Suicide Awareness Walk begins.

About 100 people gathered on the Montana State University-Northern campus Thursday in awareness a major problem in north-central Montana and in the nation - suicide.

The Fourth Annual Suicide Awareness Walk was held to give a platform for those whose lives have been impacted by suicide and to raise awareness for mental health, Suicide Walk Committee Chair Amber Spring said.

Many at the event were wearing purple and teal clothing and ribbons, the symbol of suicide awareness.

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Jennifer Durward, APRN, PMHNP-BC, said suicide is a huge issue in th...

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