SunUte and Haig visit IMS

Tom Haig shared his story of being at his lowest point after an accident that left him in a wheel chair and how he reached out for help.
All middle school students were given a magnet with the hotline numbers to keep in their lockers. SunUte staff will be back to do a random locker check and give away cool prizes as an incentive to keep the magnets visible in their lockers. SunUte Community Center plans to reach out to Ignacio High School as well.
The SunUte Community Center, along with renowned public speaker, Tom Haig visited the Ignacio Middle School in February to share the important message that if you need someone to talk to – call or text the suicide hotline.
courtesy Lisa Olguin | SunUte Community Center
courtesy Lisa Olguin | SunUte Community Center
courtesy Lisa Olguin | SunUte Community Center

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