Amidst concerns of spreading infectious diseases, Yolo Hospice is following Yolo County guidelines and suspending their groups/workshops for the time being. As our Survivor Support group convenes at Yolo Hospice, that suspension will also affect our support group. We will attempt to let everyone know about the April group as soon as we know the […]
Have you been wanting to participate in our Crisis Line Volunteer Training for a while but just haven’t ever been able to make the dates work? You’re in luck! This summer, Suicide Prevention is testing out a new time and structure for volunteer training. We will be offering the same great training (same amount of […]
International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day (also known as Survivor Day) falls on the Saturday before American Thanksgiving. This year, it fell on November 23rd, 2019, marking a day where those affected by suicide loss came together for healing, understanding, support, and connection. Looking forward at the upcoming holidays can be a daunting prospect for […]
Mental Illness Awareness Week was this past week (October 6th – October 12th) and you might’ve seen various mental health related organizations recognize the work they do in their communities. Did you find time to bring awareness to mental illness and mental health issues? What kinds of activities did you engage in? At Suicide Prevention, […]
As we head into the shopping season, shop Amazon using the link below to support Suicide Prevention of Yolo County.
Did you know that September is National Suicide Prevention Month and that National Suicide Prevention Week is September 8th through 14th? For information on events during this month, check out the Each Mind Matters website (California’s Mental Health Movement) and the American Association for Suicidology site for more information on national efforts in suicide prevention […]
Suicide Prevention and Crisis Services of Yolo County (SPYC) will hold a five-week crisis line volunteer training beginning October 8th. Crisis line volunteers play a role in saving the lives of Yolo County residents; when they join the dedicated team of volunteers who answer the phones at SPYC, they become the first point of human […]
That’s the word Kevin Hines heard in his head on September 25, 2000, as he stood on the Golden Gate Bridge. In the midst of a struggle with mental illness, Hines got a running start and leaped over the rail.”I’m falling head-first, and I immediately recognize that if I hit head-first, I will die,” he […]
For the last 2 years, monthly Survivor Support groups have been taking place on Wednesdays but for 2019, they have been moved to Tuesdays. Please check our support group page for all the posted 2019 dates.
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