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You are not alone – Find connection, hope, and support at SOSL Day events

International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day is an event in which survivors of suicide loss come together to find connection, understanding, and hope through...

More than just a day – Supporting veterans year-round

Happy Veterans Day to our military and their families, who sacrifice so much to keep our country safe and strong.- Fremont County Prevention Program Veterans...

Halloween is full of scary things and they aren’t all in costume

The children are all dressed up in their favorite Halloween costumes. You will see cartoon characters, witches, princesses, vampires, and zombies. Some of them...

You think suicide doesn’t affect you? Think again.

Each week in September as we observed National Suicide Prevention Month, we highlighted a different demographic that is at high risk for suicide. The...

Occupation matters – Veterans and First Responders have a higher risk of suicide

Don't give up hope - Help is out there Suicide is a national public health issue, with more than 45,000 Americans dying by suicide each...

Our children are crying out for help

I recently read an article online in the New Yorker about childhood suicide. The Mystifying Rise of Child Suicide by Andrew Solomon was an...

What About Men in the Middle Years? A Conversation About Suicide

Nine out of ten people who attempt suicide and survive will not go on to die by suicide at a later date. However, middle-aged men...

A new dawn of suicide awareness – The Native struggle

September 1st marks the 14th annual National Suicide Prevention Month. Since 2008, September has been a time to acknowledge those affected by suicide, raise...

You are never alone – Suicide Prevention Month activities in Fremont County

National Suicide Prevention Month is right around the corner and with that comes special events to provide education, solution and support to anyone dealing with...

Helping girls & young women stay healthy by avoiding alcohol

In 2020, girls and young women ages 12–20 years old were more likely than boys and young men to say they used alcohol. Girls...

June 27 is PTSD Awareness Day

On June 27, we talk about PTSD, a complex disorder caused by experiencing or witnessing trauma. The trauma necessary to cause PTSD can originate...

#Whatshappening: Wind River Community Forum at CWC

Healing by Educating our Community on Substance Abuse The Wind River Community Forum will be held on June 27 & 28 at the Central Wyoming...

Make sure the kids are alright

As we recognize Children's Mental Health Awareness Week (May 1-7), it's important to know the facts and real concerns that impact our children in...

Keep them safe. Clean them out. Take them back.

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is this Saturday, April 30th. That means it’s time to do a little spring cleaning by checking expiration dates...

Free screening of the documentary film that is spreading hope & fighting suicide

The new film “My Ascension” spotlights the story of a 16-year-old cheerleader paralyzed by a suicide attempt. A series of miracles saved Emma Benoit's life,...

It’s time to play Joker Takedown!

Friday, April 1st is Take Down Tobacco NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION. On April Fools' Day, youth advocates across the country will come together to...

Real Talk for Parents – Shattering myths around drugs & alcohol

National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week®, or NDAFW, is an annual, week-long (March 21-27) health observance that inspires dialogue about the science of drug...

Coming together as a Community for Suicide Prevention – Training available, register today!

Recently released 2020 Suicide Data indicates that Wyoming is again #1 for suicide deaths per capita (https://save.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/2020datapgsv1a-3.pdf). Even though Suicide Prevention Month is in September,...

Real talk for parents – Cannabis and your kids

As various forms of Cannabis have been made available around the country, Fremont County Prevention and WASCOP encourage families, schools and communities to have...

Together anything is possible! Bringing awareness & change to our communities

Fremont County Prevention Program's mission is clear. Commit to the enhancement of community health and safety with a primary focus on substance abuse and...