Just under 300 students for Tuesday, March 21 at 7 pm. Zoom access for parents who may want to attend as well. Faculty training will follow the next morning.
Student Grief and Suicide Prevention Topic
Time: 1-1.25 hours, Tuesday, March 21 at 7 pm, Talley Student Center on NC State campus
Description: After Anne Moss tried to find help for her son, Charles, a creative genius and rap artist, he met heroin, a love/hate relationship that ended with his suicide on June 5, 2015. This presentation focuses on the story of how the funniest, most popular kid in school suffered from depression and became addicted to heroin and how Anne Moss found healing after the most devastating loss of her life. This presentation includes video clips.
- How we can best support one another
- What to do in the face of a loved one’s cycle of self-destruction
- Healthy vs. unhealthy coping strategies for healing
- How to find hope after a devastating loss
This event will emphasize healthy coping and grieving while asking university students to look out and be there for one another and how they can put their grief into action.