Have Hope project seeks to stop bullying


FIELDHOUSE TODAY…
AND LEARN ABOUT
WAYS TO STOP
BULLYING.
MORE THAN 2-
THOUSAND KIDS
RANGING FROM 4TH TO
8TH GRADE
PARTICIPATED IN THE
CHOICES FOR
CHAMPIONS PROGRAM.
IT’S PART OF THE
“HAVE HOPE” PROJECT
SPONSORED BY
COMMUNITY HEALTH
NETWORK AND W-T-H-R.
INDIANA HAS THE
NATION’S HIGHEST
RATE OF HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENTS ATTEMPTING
SUICIDE.
“…PART OF THE PROBLEM
IS THEY GIVE UP HOPE AND
SO BAD THINGS HAPPEN
AND THEY START PILING ON
AND THEY DON’T HAVE
SUPPORT, ADULT SUPPORT
OR FRIENDS TO TALK TO
AND THEY GET TO THE
PLACE WHERE THEY THINK
I DON’T HAVE ANY OTHER
OPTIONS. …”
NOT BEING AFRAID TO
TALK ABOUT SUICIDE IS
ONE OF THE SOLUTIONS
TO STOPPING IT.
FOR MORE ON THE
CAMPAIGN AND HOW TO
GET HELP GO TO W-T-
H-R DOT COM AND
SEARCH FOR HAVE
HOPE.
INDY’S TOP COP IS
USING FITNESS AS A
WAY TO HELP TEACH
I-M-P-D’S NEWEST