to collaborate on projects and events and discuss new ways to address
the public health crisis of suicide.
with Garland County ranking 5th in the state according to
2014 Arkansas Epidemiological State Profile of Substance Use data.
Suicide Prevention Allies Has Two Main Missions
Organizational Training and Resources
Suicide Prevention Allies’ primary goal is to connect community organizations, public servants, and client-care providers with mental health specialists and anti-violence advocates. Through a series of meetings, workshops and events, Suicide Prevention Allies seeks to provide client-care providers with relevant tools, training and updated research.
Suicide Prevention Allies does not provide any direct counseling or therapeutic services to individuals.
We are dedicated to raising awareness about the issues surrounding mental health, violence, substance abuse and suicide. In addition to hosting public events designed to initiate these important conversations, we also have an online library of resources available.
1 Mercy Lane: Medical Building Ste. 507B
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71913
For additional information contact:
Susie Reynolds Reece, Executive Director, Suicide Prevention Allies
Violence Prevention Specialist, CHI St. Vincent – Hot Springs