Preventing Youth Suicide in Alaska: There’s Hope, There’s Help

Alaska Public Media and Well Beings teamed up for a community conversation about preventing youth suicide in a state with one of the highest per capita rates in the nation. Healing from the contributing factors facing young Alaskans is strengthened by attention. Focusing on innovations, insights and deep listening to those who have struggled with and offer support for mental wellness, this interactive event offers hope and help.

The virtual event was hosted by Lori Townsend, News Director at Alaska Public Media and feature panelists, including:

  • Kelvin Pace, Licensed Professional Counselor and Owner at KpaceCounseling, LLC
  • Claire Rhyneer, Senior at West High and participant in Mental Health Advocacy Through Storytelling
  • Justin Pendergrass, Suicide Prevention Specialist at My House Mat-Su Homeless Center
  • Cynthia Erickson, Founder at My Grandma’s House in Tanana

Preventing Youth Suicide in Alaska:
There’s Hope, There’s Help

Wednesday, December 9 at 5 p.m.

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