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Advocates: Outreach works but more can be done to address suicide

7:12 PM, Apr. 9, 2013
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Suicide prevention advocates are searching for new ways to reach those in need in the Oshkosh community in the wake of the suicides of a father and son in separate incidents.

One day after an Oshkosh father took his own life after his teenage son died by suicide on Saturday, a community group focused on preventing suicide and raising awareness, met and talked about how current services can help those impacted by the recent deaths and how those services can be expanded or improved.

The board for Community for Hope of Great Oshkosh met Tuesday morning in the conference room at the Hooper Building ...

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