Elyssa’s Mission on a Race to Prevent Teen Suicide
The North Shore Weekend
Elyssa’s Mission celebrates 10th annual fundraiser at Arlington Racecourse on September 9, 2017.
District 109 Brings Suicide Prevention Message to Middle Schoolers, Adults
Jodie Segal spoke to parents and staff in a Deerfield Middle School about the warning signs and risk factors for suicide as well as upcoming suicide prevention programming for their middle school students.
Elyssa’s Mission is Proud Recipient of The Healthcare Foundation of Highland Park Grant in 2017
Elyssas’s Mission is honored to receive funding from The Healthcare Foundation of Highland Park in order to support the implementation of the SOS Program in three new schools. The Healthcare Foundation of Highland Park is an independent charitable foundation that funds healthcare programs and services in the geographic area served by NorthShore Highland Park Hospital.
For more information, please visit their website: http://hphealthfoundation.org
Elyssa’s Mission Hosts “A Night of Hope…Saving Young Lives” Benefiting Teen Suicide Prevention Programs
Elyssa’s Mission Benefit Raises Funds to Implement Suicide Prevention Programs in 10 New Schools.
‘Critical step towards prevention’: Suicide, depression discussed at Yorkville Middle School
Yorkville Middle School hosted a parent night with over 100 attendees to learn about the warning signs, risk factors for depression and suicide.