Suicide Prevention Education Series

Path to Hope

Through generous support from St. Joseph Health, Humanidad Therapy Services and Sonoma County Health Services Buckelew Programs proudly presented Path to Hope Live, an online educational series on suicide prevention, resilience-building, and dealing with the grief, loss, and mental health challenges of our times. The seven free events explored different topics from varied presenters that aired from November 19th to January 21st. These free events were offered as a gift to all as we individually and collectively seek balance and renewal in our lives and communities. Until we launch the next series, we invite you to view videos of each event.

Questions about upcoming programming, presenting or kudos and comments?
Please reach out to:

Katie Swan
Team Leader Family Service Coordination (She/Her & They/Them)
(o) 707-571-8452 (c) 707-583-5284  (e) katies@buckelew.org

OR

Erika Klohe, MSW
Community Behavioral Health Lead, St. Joseph Health
Community Health Investment
T:707-525-5300 X3216  M:707-328-8973  E: Erika.Klohe@stjoe.org

Session 7: Report from the Front Lines with Stories of Lived Experience from our Community Mental Health Service Heroes (Community Panel)

Originally Aired January 21, 2021

Session 6: A Community Heals Itself with the Sonoma County Resilience Collaborative

Originally Aired January 14, 2021

Session 5: Grieving and Healing with Music with Eki Shola

Originally Aired January 7, 2021

Session 4: Resilience Building for Entrepreneurs with Adrienne Heinz

Originally Aired December 17, 2020

Session 3: Tools for Coping with Isolation with Daphne Willis

Originally Aired December 10, 2020

Session 2: Mental Health & Racism with Kelechi Ubozoh

Originally Aired December 6, 2020

Session 1: Chronic Illness and Boundary Guidance with Angelina Caporale

Originally Aired November 19, 2020