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Sandra Manon, Henry County Sheriff Mike Bodenbender and Pam Pflum, Four County ADAMhs Board, were interviewed by Bowling Green public TV, WBGUTV for the program Northwest Ohio Journal . The 30 minute segment can be viewed by the below link.
On March 30, 2015 more than 160 Four County residents attended a presentation held at Northwest State Community College, and sponsored by The Four County ADAMh’s Board, Behavioral Health Professionals of Northwest Ohio, and the Four County Suicide Prevention Coalition. During the 8-hour training, Dr. Frank Campbell introduced the concept of the LOSS Team approach to suicide prevention. This unique response to suicide was developed by Dr. Campbell in an effort to break the cycle of generational suicide. Participants learned about the concepts of “postvention as prevention”, Crisis Theory, Active Listening, and Crime Scene Etiquette. Attendees were also given the opportunity to apply to become part of the Four County LOSS Team. In the event of a known suicide, a team made up of 3-4 trained volunteers will respond along with law-enforcement, in order to offer support and resources to the loved ones of the deceased. At least one Suicide Survivor, someone who has also experienced the loss of a loved one to suicide, will be included on the team. Attendees of the Loss Team Training who are interested in volunteering should complete a Volunteer Application. volunteer application