Lane County Veterans and Family Suicide Awareness Summit
09/29/2018 08:30 AM PDT
Lane County Veterans and Family Suicide Awareness Summit sponsored by ODVA, LCVSO, Prevention Lane. Date/Time: September 29, 2018 8:30 AM. Location: Holiday Inn 919 Kruse Way, Springfield. Crisis Resource Event for Veteran’s, and their families. Contact: Philip firstname.lastname@example.org 5038778052
Project 22 Viewing and Discussion
09/22/2018 01:00 PM PDT
Project 22 Viewing and Discussion sponsored by Washington County Disability, Aging and Veteran Services, Washington County Suicide Prevention Council, Pacific University. Date/Time: September 22, 2018 1:00 PM. Location: Pacific University, Marsh Hall, Taylor Auditorium 2043 College Way, Forest Grove. In honor of National Suicide Prevention Month, Washington County Disability, Aging and Veteran Services, the Suicide Prevention Council of Washington County and Pacific University are partnering together to host a viewing and discussion of the documentary, Project 22. Project 22 follows two combat-wounded veterans as they ride from San Francisco to New York and speak with other veterans about post-war challenges that lead to suicide and the healing veterans are finding through alternative forms of therapy. The event will take place Saturday, September 22nd, from 1:00 to 4:00 pm at Pacific University in the Marsh Hall Taylor Auditorium, which is located on the second floor. Pacific University is located at 2043 College Way, in Forest Grove. Veteran service providers and suicide prevention staff from Washington County will host a discussion and share available resources. The event is free and open to the public. Movie-style refreshments will be provided. The film includes some strong language that may not be suitable for younger viewers. RSVPs are appreciated. Please call 503-846-3070.
Contact: Betsy Hartner Elisabeth_Hartner@co.washington.or.us 503-846-3069
A Community Journey
09/22/2018 12:00 PM PDT
A Community Journey sponsored by Klamath County Veterans Service Office. Date/Time: September 22, 2018 12:00 PM. Location: Steen Sports Park, Mike’s Field House 4500 Foothills Blvd., Klamath Falls. Suicide Prevention Event. Informational booths, food, and live entertainment. Contact: Lisa Hill 541-883-4274
Veteran Suicide Awareness BBQ and Remembrance Walk
09/22/2018 11:00 AM PDT
Veteran Suicide Awareness BBQ and Remembrance Walk sponsored by Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency – ARCHES. Date/Time: September 22, 2018 11:00 AM. Location: Bush Park 890 Mission St. SE, Salem. Join us for a remembrance walk and barbecue in Bush Park on Saturday, September 22nd, to raise awareness of veteran suicide and the local mental health resources available to veterans and their loved ones. The event will begin at 11:00 with a remembrance walk to the WW2 memorial near the capitol (0.7 miles), followed by a barbecue and music in Bush Park. Veterans and their families will receive free food, and an event t-shirt. Please RSVP through the event page, message ARCHES on Facebook, or contact Cody at (503)399-9080.
Contact: Cody email@example.com 503-399-9080
Jefferson County Classic Car Show and Suicide Prevention Expo
09/22/2018 09:00 AM PDT
Jefferson County Classic Car Show and Suicide Prevention Expo sponsored by Central Oregon Veterans Outreach. Date: September 22, 2018 9:00 AM. Location: Jefferson County Fairgrounds, 430 SW Fairgrounds Rd., Madras, OR. Register Now! http://covo-us.org/classic-car-show-suicide-prevention-expo. Prevention and postvention education by Bestcare and Margaret Kuhn. Volunteers needed: apply to help with this event at covo-us.org/classic-car-show-suicide-prevention-expo. Food | Child Fun Area | Vendors | Entertainment Free family fun event, and a canned food donation is requested, but not required upon admission.
Operation: Veteran Freedom
09/22/2018 09:00 AM PDT
Operation: Veteran Freedom sponsored by Concordia University, Portland & the National Alliance to End Veteran Suicide. Date/Time: September 22, 2018 9:00 AM. Location: Concordia Universtiy Library; Room 108 2800 NE Liberty Street, Portland. This workshop was specially designed for Veterans and family by a Vietnam era Combat Veteran. It uses some of the technology of Brain Science and the some of the technology of Landmark Worldwide (a very powerful and highly regarded educational corporation). The Commitment of this workshop is for you to discover new ways to look at yourself and the world, including your past and present circumstances. By seeing these things in a new light your past will no longer dictate to you how you feel and limit what actions you can take. You do NOT need to relive your trauma to be free! Testimony from Veterans: “As a Senior NCO with over 52 months of combat and many years of therapy, this workshop has brought peace, understanding and shown me my life’s purpose. All Senior leadership should take this. I can’t thank you enough!” Iraq & Afghanistan – Army Veteran “I have been in therapy for seven years and nothing has made this kind of difference. This workshop has changed my life and I can now have a great marriage and a better life.” Afghanistan – Army Nurse “This workshop has helped me deal with my PTSD. It has been more beneficial than any other help I have received!” Iraq – Army Veteran