Suicide continues to take the lives of people across the nation and right here at home.
Tonight the public was welcome to attend a presentation on suicide prevention at the Brave Center in Mandan.
Professionals shared symptoms to look for in a person who may be considering suicide, plus a Mandan woman shared her story about how she attempted to commit suicide not once, but twice.
"One thing I've learned with my situation is that there is a reason why I am on this earth and it was not my time to go, so I just want people to understand that, and know that there is help out there, as long as the person wants the help," Summer Wahus said.
Tonight's event was sponsored by the Mandan Community Crisis Coalition.
The coalition plans to hold another event in the fall.
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