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Suicide Awareness walk draws crowd

 

Last updated 9/16/2022 at 11:51am

Havre Daily News/Patrick Johnston

Hill County Suicide Awareness Coalition Chair Amber Spring listens to Barry Brownlee as he speaks Thursday on the quad at Montana State University-Northern during the event before the Hill County Suicide Awareness Walk began.

More than 50 people attended this year's Hill County Suicide Awareness Walk Thursday, where those affected by suicide did a one-mile route around Montana State University-Northern and talked about their experiences.

The event, organized by the Hill County Suicide Awareness Coalition and supported by the Hill County Local Advisory Council on Behavioral Health, has been held every year for almost a decade to raise awareness about suicide and to destigmatize the mental health issues that can lead a person to suicidal ideation.

Before the walk itself Hill County Suicide Awareness Coalition Ch...



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