By Terry Kovarik
Kewaunee County is teaching employees how they can spot someone pondering suicide and get them help. Sheriff Matt Joski has been leading the program, which is offered to all who work for the county. He hopes to take the program to the community at large. Joski says it’s designed to help people take a bolder approach with those who admit they’ve thought about suicide.
The program hopes by getting neighbors, friends or family members to open up about suicidal thoughts they can be persuaded to seek professional help.