Free Virtual Session Provided by Manatee County for Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention

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On Tuesday, July 13 from 8:30 am to 9:30 am, Manatee Community Foundation and Resilient Retreat will host an essential conversation about mental health and suicide prevention with the Gelt Charitable Foundation. "If You See Something, Say Something” is a virtual course that presents the facts and statistics of suicide, teaches participants to identify the signs of one struggling with mental health or suicide and how to get them the help that they need. It ends with a Q & A session. Nonprofit organizations, associations, businesses and residents are encouraged to attend. The session is virtual and free. Visit ManateeCF.org to register.

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