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American Indian Youth Suicide


Ronja Abel, Communications Director, Governor’s Office, (406) 444-9725
Marissa Perry, Press Secretary, Governor’s Office, (406) 444-4514

Governor Bullock to Join Key Stakeholders in Addressing American Indian Youth Suicide

Zero Suicide Academy to look at actionable information to reduce and prevent suicide

HELENA – On Wednesday, October 11, Governor Steve Bullock will give opening remarks and join other key stakeholders at the Zero Suicide Academy to discuss actionable information to help reduce and prevent youth suicide among American Indians and urban communities. Over 75 individuals from across Montana representing Tribal Governments, Urban Indian Health Centers, Indian Health Service, Department of Public Health and Human Services, and the Montana Legislature will gather in Helena for the Academy from October 11-12.                                                              

WHAT: Governor Bullock Opening Remarks at the Zero Suicide Academy
WHEN: Wednesday, October 11 at 9:00 am
WHERE: Wingate Hotel, 2007 N. Oakes St., Helena, MT