Shoshone-Bannock native Willeena George practices on Thursday, June 16, reading her story about her son, Dominque Nappo, who commited suicide in Fort Hall, Idaho, in April 2008, at Yakama Nation Behavioral Health in Toppenish, Wash. George, now the administrative assistant of Yakama Nation Behavioral Health program, has thrust herself into suicide awareness and prevention work to help others as well as herself.
Shoshone-Bannock native Willeena George practices on Thursday, June 16, reading her story about her son, Dominque Nappo, who commited suicide in Fort Hall, Idaho, in April 2008, at Yakama Nation Behavioral Health in Toppenish, Wash. George, now the administrative assistant of Yakama Nation Behavioral Health program, has thrust herself into suicide awareness and prevention work to help others as well as herself. Sofia Jaramill Yakima Herald-Republic
Shoshone-Bannock native Willeena George practices on Thursday, June 16, reading her story about her son, Dominque Nappo, who commited suicide in Fort Hall, Idaho, in April 2008, at Yakama Nation Behavioral Health in Toppenish, Wash. George, now the administrative assistant of Yakama Nation Behavioral Health program, has thrust herself into suicide awareness and prevention work to help others as well as herself. Sofia Jaramill Yakima Herald-Republic

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