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Thank You Walkers and Donors For Your Support!

On Saturday, July 16th, The Little Tokyo Service Center (LTSC)  sponsored the Ripple Effect:  Walk for Suicide Prevention to raise funds and increase awareness of mental health conditions in the AAPI community.  Mental health is an often stigmatized topic in society today and is one of the leading causes of suicide across all age groups. 

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In support of this event, Gardena ABA formed a GBC Team to walk a mile for suicide prevention at Cal State Long Beach's Jack Rose Track. With your support, we hope to raise awareness of mental health in our community and to provide an opportunity to reflect on those around us who may need help.

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Thank You From Gardena ABA!

Donation:

The event has ended but you can still donate to the Ripple Effect site.

Questions - please contact Terri Mitani

mobile: 310-408-4614 or email: terri.mitani@gardenabuddhistchurch.org

Additional Resources

If you or someone you know is in need of help, please contact the Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273 TALK (8255)

For members of our LGBTQ+ community please contact the Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386 or visit their website for additional resources.

LA County offers a number of different mental health services for Seniors (60+).   If you or someone you know needs mental health services and/or counseling, call 213-351-7284 or click here for more information