January

Fri., Jan. 21: Suicide Survivor Support Group, virtual, free. Noon. Charlie Health’s Clinical Director Ann Matino will host a free online support group on the first and third Friday each month. This is a safe space for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide to share stories, build community, and create a support system. Register here.

February

Fri., Feb. 4: Suicide Survivor Support Group, virtual, free. Noon. Charlie Health’s Clinical Director Ann Matino will host a free online support group on the first and third Friday each month. This is a safe space for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide to share stories, build community, and create a support system. Register here.

Tues., Feb. 8: Investigating Neurobiology and New Treatments for Addiction, Depression and Anxiety webinar, 12 p.m. Dr. Nii Addy of the Yale School of Medicine and his research team study the brain processes that contribute to addiction, depression, and anxiety. In this talk, Dr. Addy will discuss his research on calcium processes within the brain’s reward system, that may serve as effective therapeutic targets. He will also describe how current FDA-approved medications, that impact these brain calcium processes, could be repurposed as novel, effective treatments for addiction, mood disorders, and co-occurring addiction, depression and/ or anxiety. Register here.

Fri., Feb. 11: Transgenerational Trauma Among Women and Trans, Gender Non-Conforming (TGNC) Communities webinar, 12 p.m. Research has shown that trauma has the ability to alter your DNA; that the trauma of one generation can be passed down to subsequent ones. For communities that face disproportionate levels of violence and trauma, this cycle is even more prevalent and devastating. This Galentine’s Day, join Charlie Health and a diverse panel of women for a free CEU event. They will discuss how the intersection of generational trauma and PTSD impacts women and transitioning and gender non-conforming (TGNC) communities, and learn best and promising practices for treatment. Register here.

Fri., Feb., 18: Suicide Survivor Support Group, virtual, free. Noon. Charlie Health’s Clinical Director Ann Matino will host a free online support group on the first and third Friday each month. This is a safe space for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide to share stories, build community, and create a support system. Register here.

March

Fri., March 4: Suicide Survivor Support Group, virtual, free. Noon. Charlie Health’s Clinical Director Ann Matino will host a free online support group on the first and third Friday each month. This is a safe space for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide to share stories, build community, and create a support system. Register here.

Fri., March 18: Suicide Survivor Support Group, virtual, free. Noon. Charlie Health’s Clinical Director Ann Matino will host a free online support group on the first and third Friday each month. This is a safe space for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide to share stories, build community, and create a support system. Register here.

April

Fri., April 1: Suicide Survivor Support Group, virtual, free. Noon. Charlie Health’s Clinical Director Ann Matino will host a free online support group on the first and third Friday each month. This is a safe space for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide to share stories, build community, and create a support system. Register here.

Fri., April 15: Suicide Survivor Support Group, virtual, free. Noon. Charlie Health’s Clinical Director Ann Matino will host a free online support group on the first and third Friday each month. This is a safe space for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide to share stories, build community, and create a support system. Register here.

Sat., April 23: Tricounty Out of the Darkness Campus Walk, 12 – 2 p.m., East Helena High School, 2760 Valley Dr., East Helena. Formerly known as the East Helena Out of the Darkness Campus Walk, this year’s event is rebranded to include our neighbors in Broadwater and Jefferson Counties. Stay tuned for more information.

Fri., April 29: Suicide Survivor Support Group, virtual, free. Noon. Charlie Health’s Clinical Director Ann Matino will host a free online support group on the first and third Friday each month. This is a safe space for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide to share stories, build community, and create a support system. Register here.

May

Fri., May 13: Suicide Survivor Support Group, virtual, free. Noon. Charlie Health’s Clinical Director Ann Matino will host a free online support group on the first and third Friday each month. This is a safe space for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide to share stories, build community, and create a support system. Register here.

Fri., May 27: Suicide Survivor Support Group, virtual, free. Noon. Charlie Health’s Clinical Director Ann Matino will host a free online support group on the first and third Friday each month. This is a safe space for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide to share stories, build community, and create a support system. Register here.

June

Fri., June 10: Suicide Survivor Support Group, virtual, free. Noon. Charlie Health’s Clinical Director Ann Matino will host a free online support group on the first and third Friday each month. This is a safe space for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide to share stories, build community, and create a support system. Register here.

Fri., June 24: Suicide Survivor Support Group, virtual, free. Noon. Charlie Health’s Clinical Director Ann Matino will host a free online support group on the first and third Friday each month. This is a safe space for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide to share stories, build community, and create a support system. Register here.

July

Fri., July 8: Suicide Survivor Support Group, virtual, free. Noon. Charlie Health’s Clinical Director Ann Matino will host a free online support group on the first and third Friday each month. This is a safe space for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide to share stories, build community, and create a support system. Register here.

Fri., July 22: Suicide Survivor Support Group, virtual, free. Noon. Charlie Health’s Clinical Director Ann Matino will host a free online support group on the first and third Friday each month. This is a safe space for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide to share stories, build community, and create a support system. Register here.

August

Fri., Aug. 5: Suicide Survivor Support Group, virtual, free. Noon. Charlie Health’s Clinical Director Ann Matino will host a free online support group on the first and third Friday each month. This is a safe space for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide to share stories, build community, and create a support system. Register here.

Fri., Aug. 19: Suicide Survivor Support Group, virtual, free. Noon. Charlie Health’s Clinical Director Ann Matino will host a free online support group on the first and third Friday each month. This is a safe space for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide to share stories, build community, and create a support system. Register here.

September

Fri., Sep. 2: Suicide Survivor Support Group, virtual, free. Noon. Charlie Health’s Clinical Director Ann Matino will host a free online support group on the first and third Friday each month. This is a safe space for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide to share stories, build community, and create a support system. Register here.

Fri., Sept. 16: Suicide Survivor Support Group, virtual, free. Noon. Charlie Health’s Clinical Director Ann Matino will host a free online support group on the first and third Friday each month. This is a safe space for anyone who has been affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide to share stories, build community, and create a support system. Register here.

October

November

Sat., Nov. 19: International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Survivor Day is an event in which survivors of suicide loss come together to find connection, understanding, and hope through their shared experience. Each year, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention supports hundreds of large and small Survivor Day events around the world. While each event is unique, all feature an AFSP-produced documentary that offers a message of growth, resilience, and connection. Stay tuned for more information as we get closer to the event.

December