By Andi Bourne

Fighting the Epidemic of Teen Suicide

Say Something


Provided by the Missoula County Sheriff's Office

In the video that will be shown at the student assembly, officers visit Frenchtown High School to notify the principal that one of the students has committed suicide. "It's time to 'Say Something'," wrote MCSO Sheriff T.J. McDermott expressing his support for the program.

SEELEY LAKE – Missoula County Sheriff's Office (MCSO) is bringing the program "Say Something" to Seeley Lake Elementary (SLE) Jan. 17 in an effort to break the stigma surrounding bullying and teen suicide.

MCSO Chaplain Lowell Hochhalter, MCSO Deputy Mike Sunderland and MCSO Sergeant Jace Dickens will give two presentations, one in the afternoon to the students at 1 p.m. and an evening presentation at 6:30 p.m. to parents and other adults in the community in the SLE gymnasium. The intent is to get people talking about bullying and youth suicide and know that it is okay to say something....

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