Thursday, September 20, 6 PM in the first floor Community Room.
QPR, which stands for Question Persuade Refer, teaches people to recognize suicide communications and actions, intervene safely and confidently, and connect the person in need to the right help. The Lorain County Board of Mental Health (LCBMH) trains residents to respond to warning signs as a key way to prevent suicide. It doesn't require any prior knowledge or experience with mental health issues. In about an hour, you'll have the skills and confidence to assist when someone is struggling.
If you or a loved one served in the United States Military and are a resident of Grafton, the library wants to include you in our Veterans Day Display! Call 440-926-3317 or click here to submit veteran names, photographs, stories, and more.
Check out the display between Monday, October 22 and Friday, November 16, which will include military uniforms, war relics, and an exhibit celebrating local veterans. Special thanks to the Grafton VFW and Councilman John Lescher for making this display possible.