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Upcoming Events

AFSP New Hampshire Chapter invites survivors of suicide loss to attend one of our ten locations across the Granite State. Please share this flyer with everyone you know who has lost a loved one to suicide.

On November 18th, over 400 Survivor Day locations will be held around the world. We hope you find comfort, healing and hope from fellow survivors and clinicians who support you in your journey. You are not alone.

To register to attend a NH Survivor Day site, visit >afsp.org/SurvivorDayNH

To learn more about AFSP’s Loss and Healing Programs, click here.

Past Events

The Samaritans, in partnership with American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and The Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship will be hosting International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day 2016 on November 19, 2016

International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day can change your life. It’s the one day a year when people affected by suicide loss gather around the world at events in their local communities to find comfort and gain understanding as they share stories of healing and hope. This year’s gatherings will include a screening of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s powerful new documentary, Life Journeys.

THIS EVENT IS FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Pre-registration will help immensely with our planning, but walk-ins are always welcome.
To register, please call 603-357-5510 or visit www.afsp.org

FOUR DAYS IN OCTOBER

A film screening to benefit The Samaritans

From ESPN: Over four consecutive days and nights, [an] unlikely group of Red Sox miraculously won four straight games to overcome the inevitability of their destiny. Using extensive archive coverage from that week, Major League Baseball Productions [produced] a film in “real-time” that takes an in-depth look at the 96 hours that brought salvation to Red Sox Nation and made baseball history in the process.

Sunday, October 23, 2016
Monadnock Regional High School Auditorium
1:00-3:00 pm
FREE and open to the public (Suggested donation $5 adults, $2 seniors and students)