Free Suicide Prevention Training Set
April 12, 2019
SCOTTSBLUFF -- At a recent community meeting, Shelby Benson noticed a lot of questions went unanswered in regards to suicide prevention.
“I heard a lot of parents saying, ‘What can we do?’ There wasn’t a whole lot of specific answers for them,” said Benson, a sophomore at Western Nebraska Community College. “It was just, ‘listen to your kids.’ But sometimes those answers aren’t always apparent as you think they are.”
So Benson, as president of the Lambda Pi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at WNCC, and Panhandle Partnership are organizing a free suicide prevention, QPR traini...