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Who We Are

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The Juneau Suicide Prevention Coalition is an active coalition of mental health/social service providers, educators, survivors, religious community, law enforcement, veteran's advocates, concerned citizens, community groups, and others working together to maintain community-wide suicide awareness in Juneau. Membership, involvement, and participation is open to all residents, community groups, or others with a concern about suicide.
The Juneau Suicide Prevention Coalition is an active coalition of mental health/social service providers, educators, survivors, religious community, law enforcement, veteran's advocates, concerned citizens, community groups, and others working together to maintain community-wide suicide awareness in Juneau. Membership, involvement, and participation is open to all residents, community groups, or others with a concern about suicide.

How We Started

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Coalition Members

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Who Funds Us

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NEWS & EVENTS

We organize a variety of events to help people learn about and get involved with JSPC. From talks, resources and community service, this is where you can find out what’s going on and sign up!

  • 08.13.2015 | Keynote Presentations – Trauma & Suicide: Breaking the Link Read More...


  • 07.29.2015 | Juneau Suicide Prevention Coalition: 2015 Needs Assessment Read More...


  • 06.21.2015 | It takes a village Read More...


  • 08.13.2015 | Keynote Presentations – Trauma & Suicide: Breaking the Link Read More...


  • 06.15.2015 | Trauma and Suicide: Breaking the Link Read More...


Spotlight

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Trauma & Suicide: Breaking the Link

“The Juneau Suicide Prevention Coalition hosted their first conference on June 18 & 19 Trauma & Suicide: Breaking the Link. The conference had approximately 175 attendees and featured workshops about root causes such as Adverse Childhood Experiences, Intergenerational and Historical Trauma of Alaska Natives, Suicide Prevention, and Collective Impact – a framework for communities to work together to solve a complex social problem. JSPC received positive feedback about the event and considers it to be a success!”

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Interested in connecting with a larger community? We’d love to hear from you! Check out the number of ways to get involved.

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