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New! Resources on Teen Suicide

Download the Teen Suicide Handout for:

  • Hotlines
  • Apps
  • Warning Signs & Risk Factors
  • Tips for Talking About Suicide
  • Quick Risk Assessment

Talking to Teens About Suicide

In observance of National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, please join us for a special program on Talking to Teens About Suicide.

Is your teenager struggling with suicidal thoughts?
Do you know the signs and symptoms of suicidal behavior?
How do you talk to a teenager or young adult about suicide?
When should you get expert help?

In response to reports of a rise in suicidal behavior and thinking among NH teens, the Diocese of Manchester and Catholic Charities New Hampshire will offer this program to increase awareness of teen suicide and provide guidance on how to respond.  Rev. John J. Mahoney Jr., Director of Catholic Charities Counseling Services, will lead a team of CCNH counselors skilled in working with adolescents in presenting the program, which will include opportunities for questions. This is not a training program, but intended to improve awareness.

Parents and all who work with teens and young adults are welcome.

Program Offered at Two Locations:

Download Flyer

Monday, September 25, 2017
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
St. Pius X Church Hall
575 Candia Rd., Manchester
RSVP by September 22

Register for the Manchester program

Thursday, October 26, 2017
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
St. Charles Borromeo Church Hall
300 NH Rte. 25, Meredith
RSVP by October 24

Register for the Meredith program