All Kinds of News for October 09, 2019
Fulshear Treatment to Transition South is proud to announce its first annual 5K, Run for Life. Fulshear is motivated to do whatever it takes to help decrease the suicide rates not only for clients, but communities, families, and friends. The purpose for this 5K is to bring the community together and make available resources to help support suicide prevention. Fulshear also hopes that this is a time we can remember and celebrate those we have lost to suicide. All proceeds for the race will be donated to the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention- Houston Chapter.
Fulshear is doing this because, according to the CDC, 1,400,000 people in the United States attempted suicide and 47,000 people died by suicide in 2017. Who are these people? They are our children, our cousins, our siblings, our parents, and our friends. This tragic act is the last action a person takes after a struggle of pain, hopelessness and hurt. For those left behind, it is a permanent painful solution and we bear the remaining burden of guilt, disbelief, and wonderment.
Run for Life will take place on December 14th at the Skeeter’s Stadium in Sugar Land. There are may ways to participate in this event:
Please join Fulshear for this special event and share the information with your friends and family. https://www.fulsheartransition.com/5k-run-for-life/
About Fulshear Treatment to Transition East and Fulshear Treatment to Transition South
Fulshear Treatment to Transition, founded in 2003 and accredited by the Joint Commission, is located right outside of Houston in Needville, TX and Stafford, TX and now Winchester, VA. Fulshear works with young adults of all genders 18-25 struggling with mental health issues along with accompanying co-occurring disorders, and is known for its development of the Fulshear Adult Attachment Model.