Taking one hour of your time could mean the difference in knowing how to deal with a serious public health problem. A special program designed to help prevent suicides will be conducted in Brussels on Wednesday evening. Kewaunee County Sheriff Matt Joski will be leading a Suicide Prevention course featuring the QPR method of "question," "persuade," and "refer."
He says people must be aware of what they can do to help prevent a possible suicide.
Joski notes providing hope and opening up dialogue helps eliminate furthering the isolation someone may be going through. The Suicide Prevention Program will be held at the Brussels-Union-Gardner Fire Station on County C in Brussels from 6:30 -7:30 pm on Wednesday and is open to the public, with no reservations necessary.