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Anxiety in Youth Awareness Free Community Event

Join the Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline, Boise State University, and the Idaho Behavioral Health Alliance for a FREE screening of Angst, a documentary that is bringing awareness to anxiety. The film includes interviews with kids, teens, educators, experts, parents and a very special interview with Michael Phelps.
For more information on the film, visit ANGST.

Join us Wednesday April 24th, 2019 at the BSU special events center from 6 pm – 8 pm. Film screening and Q&A panel to follow.

This is a free community event! Free event parking (under event code ANGST once you select purchase a ticket at the kiosk) is provided in the Lincoln garage. Click here for full directions on how to claim the free parking!
Families, educators, students, employees and members of any community can benefit from this film (appropriate for age 10 years+).

Fastest route to the Special Events Center is to go out the Lincoln garage and go straight on the sidewalk past the student union on your right straight to the Special Events Center (building with the rounded red art sculpture in front of it). Or you can go through the Student Union Building, past food court, towards Admissions straight all the way to the end of the hallway.

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ISPH Bookmark Project!

The bookmarks pictured above will be distributed throughout the state of Idaho to promote suicide prevention and mental health awareness.

The Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline, Book It Forward, and AmeriCorps National are excited to have partnered with Boise High School art teacher Melissa Thompson for the Idaho Suicide Prevention Bookmark Project.

Melissa asked her students to create artwork for bookmarks to help raise awareness of suicide prevention in the state of Idaho. These bookmarks will be distributed to school and public libraries, health and community centers, and other key locations around the state.

The following student’s art was selected to be distributed on bookmarks in the spring of 2019: Julia Nixon, Grace Gaddis, Tess Kramer, Kendra McDaniel, Paloma Link, Iris Smith, Cedar Archibald, and Max Shores. Runners up: Gracie Hall, Katherine Taylor, Audrey Lin, Sophia Mullin, and Hallie Campbell.

The bookmarks are set to be released at the Boise High School 2019 Brave Together Summit on March 13th.

“Funded in part by Corporation for National and Community Service, Serve Idaho, and AmeriCorps IHCF Program. This material is based upon work supported by the Corporation for National and Community Service under AmeriCorps Grant No. 18AFHID0010002. Opinions or points of view expressed in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official position of, or a position that is endorsed by, the Corporation for National and Community Service or the AmeriCorps program.”


S Word Fundraiser Film Event for the Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline

Join the Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline for a screening of THE S WORD

 

Your ticket price includes a networking hour with ISPH staff, vounteers, and your peers, appetizers, The S Word film screening, Q&A with film director via Skype, 2 CEU hours for social workers and counselors, and 2 CME hours for physicians.

See the trailer and more information on the film at THE S WORD official website.

Thursday, November 29th, 2018 in McCleary Hall at Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center, Boise Campus.

Door & Networking starts at 5:30 pm;

Film screening starts at 6:30 pm;

Skype Q&A with Director Lisa Klein at 8:15 pm.

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