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Raising Awareness: A Jewish Community Gathering and Discussion on Suicide
Chizuk Amuno Congregation and Jewish Community Services have joined together to bring important and timely information to our community on the topic of suicide. Our featured speaker will be Kat Olbrich, Director of the Maryland office of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Our panelists include Chizuk Amuno Congregation’s Rabbi Joshua Gruenberg who will speak about the Jewish Perspective on Suicide; and Jewish Community Services professional staff members: Stacey Meadows, Supervisor for Therapy Services, who will speak about Depression, Barriers to Mental Health Treatment, and Stigma; Howard Reznick, Manager for Prevention Education, who will speak about Youth/Teen Suicide and Bullying; and Rachael Schultz Abrams, clinician and grief counselor, who will speak about Grieving, Coping with the Aftermath, and Healing. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions after the program and speak directly with our panelists.
This program is co-sponsored by The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, JMore Magazine, and Sol Levinson & Bros. For more information, please contact Amy Steinberg, firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-843-7457.