SUICIDE: THE RIPPLE EFFECT SCREENING IN JENSEN BEACH APRIL 14
Jensen Beach, Fla- A screening of “Suicide: The Ripple Effect” will be held in Jensen Beach on Saturday April 14. This event takes place at the Regal Cinemas Treasure Coast Mall 16 located at 3290 N.W. Federal Hwy.
This screening is being presented by Kerri Mootry. She is the force behind the screening in Jensen Beach.
This is what she had to say:
Suicide: The Ripple Effect is an inspirational documentary that I want to share with as many people as possible. This is not a film that is going to bring you down or make you feel bad. It is a film that will provide knowledge and hope to anyone who suffers with mental illness including their loved ones. In the documentary you will hear Kevin Hines talk about the attempt he made to take his life. I came across Kevin’s story during a very dark time in my life when my bipolar depression was taking over and bringing me to a place I never wish for anyone to go in their own head. Kevin’s story not only helped save me, it changed my life. I am trying to help educate, spread awareness and help as many people as possible.
Suicide Hotline for the TreasureCoast is 211
In times of crisis or for everyday needs…or if you just need someone to talk to…
211 is here for you!
TEXT MESSAGING ALSO AVAILABLE: TEXT YOUR CONCERNS & ZIPCODE TO 898211
211 is a community helpline and crisis hotline that provides suicide prevention, crisis intervention, information, assessment, and referral to community services for people of all ages.
Caring staff will listen to each individual’s situation to provide information on available social services, community services and resources that include food assistance, medical clinics, foreclosure prevention, parenting info on developmental concerns (Help Me Grow) & special needs, senior services that include free “Sunshine” daily calls, services for teens and more…
Individuals and families living in Indian River County, Martin County, Okeechobee County, Palm Beach County, and St. Lucie County can call 2-1-1 or if out of the area call (561) 383-1112 or aaaa 1(866) 882-2991 to speak with a highly trained resource specialist. Calls to 211 HelpLine are Free, Confidential, and 24/7!