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Project LETS and Spartan Support Network to host Suicide Prevention Memorial

September 26, 2018
	<p>Education and kinesiology junior Deondre Scott checks his phone as he walks out of the Union Thursday afternoon. The building was opened in 1925 and has since been a social hub for <span class="caps">MSU</span> students.</p>

Education and kinesiology junior Deondre Scott checks his phone as he walks out of the Union Thursday afternoon. The building was opened in 1925 and has since been a social hub for MSU students.

Photo by Matt Hallowell | The State News

Project LETS at MSU and Spartan Support Network are hosting a Suicide Prevention Memorial at the MSU Union on Thursday, Sept. 27 from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

The memorial is meant to be a safe space to share stories about loved ones, for attempt survivors and for those with thoughts of suicide, according to the event's Facebook description.

Project LETS is a national organization which is “led by and for folks with lived experience of mental illness, disability, trauma and neurodivergence,” according to the organization’s website

The group focuses on peer support and peer-led communities.

Spartan Support Network and Project LETS are teaming up to create the Suicide Prevention Memorial at the Union for National Suicide Prevention Awareness month. 

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