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Talk to your kids about alcohol this holiday season

It's that time of year again. Everyone is excited for Christmas and time at home for the holidays. There is no better time to...

Holiday binge drinking is anything but merry

Holidays are occasions for fun and celebration as we celebrate faith, family, and friendships. A combination of good cheer and abundant alcohol can take...

Let’s all take a minute to learn the warning signs of suicide this holiday season

Whether you've had a personal experience with suicide or not, each individual has a part to play in suicide prevention. With Thanksgiving only a...

Take these easy steps to ensure a safe holiday at home with medication and prescription drugs

It’s up to all of us to take action against medicine abuse. The best place to start is in your own home by storing...

Begin the path to hope and healing at the annual Fremont County Survivor of Suicide Loss Day event

The Fremont County Suicide Prevention Task Force would like to invite you to its annual 'Fremont County Survivors of Suicide Loss Day event at...

Suicide and mental health conditions affect millions – Together, we can bring these issues “Out of the Darkness”

The core of the Out of the Darkness Walks, the Community Walks created a movement. Held in hundreds of cities across the country, they...

Suicide Prevention has a face… YOURS

As so often in life, the Fremont County Suicide Prevention Task Force has some good news and some bad news. Good news – According to...

September is Suicide Awareness Month – do you know the warning signs?

September is National Suicide Awareness Month. It is time to inform and engage the general public about suicide prevention and warning signs of suicide....

The secret to a fun-filled fair…wiener dogs and *responsible parents*

From snow cones, rodeos, and wiener dog races to the payoff from months of hard work raising and showing animals... Nothing embodies the spirit...

Community-wide prevention effort destroys close to 5,000 unused prescription pills

As the old adage goes, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. This reference seems especially fitting in the context of...

Local partnerships seek to increase suicide prevention awareness at upcoming Car Show

Fremont County Prevention Program and Eastern Shoshone Tribal Health are proud to partner with J.R.'s Hunt; for Life and the Hot Rod Hooligans as...

Attn: Seniors! Safely dispose of unused medications at the next Drug Take-Back Event

Do you have unused medications taking up space in your medicine cabinet? Your half empty pill bottles may not be bothering you much but...