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Elsie Weyrauch

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SPAN-GA

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Suicide Prevention Action Network (Georgia) - Staff

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Elsie Weyrauch


SUICIDE PREVENTION ACTION NETWORK

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Jerry and Elsie Weyrauch founded the Suicide Prevention Action Network/USA (SPAN/USA) in 1996 in response to their daughter's suicide.
With the support of Jerry and Elsie and Virginia Trotter Betts from Surgeon General David Satcher's office, Madge and Ken organized regional conferences across the state of Tennessee in the spring of 1999, pointing toward the first Tennessee Suicide Prevention Conference (TSPC), October 7-8, 1999, in Nashville, featuring Jerry and Elsie as speakers. With the support of Jerry and Elsie and Virginia Trotter Betts from Surgeon General David Satcher's office, Madge and Ken organized regional conferences across the state of Tennessee in the spring of 1999, pointing toward the first Tennessee Suicide Prevention Conference (TSPC), October 7-8, 1999, in Nashville, featuring Jerry and Elsie as speakers.


TENNESSEE SUICIDE PREVENTION NETWORK

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Jerry and Elsie Weyrauch founded the Suicide Prevention Advocacy Network/United States of America (SPAN/USA) in 1996 in response to their daughter's suicide.


Background & History | Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network

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1996: The contemporary national suicide prevention movement dates to 1996, when Jerry and Elsie Weyrauch founded the Suicide Prevention Advocacy Network/United States of America-SPAN/USA in response to their daughter's suicide.


Testimonials - QuickCreative

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Gerald (Jerry) & Elsie Weyrauch
SPAN-USA & SPAN-GA


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