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Compiled By: Paul Wishengrad

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Coping 101: Suicide Prevention

From C89.5 - KNHC Seattle | Part of the Coping 101 series | 31:34

September is Suicide Awareness month and we are talking candidly with Michael Ovalle, a post-doctorate at Seattle Children's as a part of our continuing series about de-stigmatizing mental health.

We're ALL feeling the past year, and there are ways to cope. Explore the evolving resources hosted at c895.org/coping101

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Suicide is the second-leading cause of death for people ages 10 to 24. There are actions you can take to help prevent it. While many people fear that asking someone if they are considering suicide will put the idea in their head, that’s not the case. Asking does not increase the risk of suicide and in fact can be the difference between life and death. It offers relief to someone who may be struggling and helps them feel noticed and heard. In our own homes, we can reduce the risk by removing pills and firearms from the house. If someone is in immediate danger of harming themselves, don’t leave them alone; call 911 or take them to an emergency room. Know the warning signs and act early. 

If you are struggling with thoughts of suicide, you’re not alone. There are ways to cope and help is within reach.

Coping 101: LGBTQ+ Mental Health

From C89.5 - KNHC Seattle | Part of the Coping 101 series | 20:53

C89.5 joined with Seattle Children's Hospital in presenting Coping 101, a student-led conversation on LGBTQ+ Mental Health.

Listen in as Nathan Hale High School students share their own questions and concerns with this month's special guest Dr. Felice Orlich - Clinical Associate Professor and Director of Community Outreach with Seattle Children’s.

We're ALL feeling the past year, and there are ways to cope. Explore the many evolving resources hosted at c895.org/coping101

Coping-101-lgbtqia_small C89.5 joined with Seattle Children's Hospital in presenting Coping 101, a student-led conversation on LGBTQ+ Mental Health. Listen in as Nathan Hale High School students share their own questions and concerns with this month's special guest Dr. Felice Orlich - Clinical Associate Professor and Director of Community Outreach with Seattle Children’s. We're ALL feeling the past year, and there are ways to cope. Explore the many evolving resources hosted at c895.org/coping101

Cafe Chill (Episode 2021-40)

From C89.5 - KNHC Seattle | Part of the Café Chill series | 59:00

Café Chill is Public Radio’s weekly curated chill mix, produced by KNHC Productions in Seattle, USA. Your host is Seth.

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(Release Date: 04 Oct 2021; Evergreen, no date pegs).

Café Chill is Public Radio’s weekly curated chill mix, produced by KNHC Productions in Seattle, USA. Your host is Seth.

Coping 101 (Series)

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Coping 101: STAND up w/ Aidah Hawkins

From C89.5 - KNHC Seattle | Part of the Coping 101 series | 17:33

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"I feel like this kind of work makes me a lot more passionate about health overall. And it helps me be an advocate for things that I care about... STAND gave me those skills to be an advocate."

As a first generation American from a family of Zanzibar immigrants, Aidah Hawkins knows a lot about Community. Currently in college pursuing a degree in nursing, she's already quite accomplished at a young age. Aidah helped start the need-based collective Sister Circles, which brings together Zanzibar Youth to help one another navigate life's challenges through a shared experience. She's also a graduate of STAND, where she led advocacy efforts in prevention work around marijuana and tobacco use. In this peer-to-peer conversation we explore ways to create healthier communities, practical coping strategies to improve youth mental health, and the impact of marijuana and tobacco on communities of color. 

Presented by C89.5 in partnership with Seattle Children's with support from the Washington State Department of Health's You Can campaign, Coping 101 is led by students in Nathan Hale High School's Podcast Club with a mission to destigmatize mental health from a teen's perspective. The series is made possible with local support from 4Culture, Hansmire Builders and Compass Health - NW Washington's Behavioral Healthcare leader. No matter our age or background we all face challenges, and there are healthy ways to cope. Get started with more episodes, and find community-relevant resources online at c895.org/coping101

 

  • STAND is an award winning peer education program that serves African and African American communities across WA state. Learn more: https://www.standwa.org/
  • The You Can campaign is brought to you by the Marijuana Prevention and Education Program within the Division of Prevention and Community Health at the Washington State Department of Health. Learn more: https://www.youcanwa.org/