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Angela Damon, CT

Angela is the Executive Director of LOSS Community Services. She became engaged in postvention support to suicide loss survivors as a volunteer in 2017 and has served in a variety of roles since then including suicide prevention training. Through her life experiences and relationships, Angela has seen firsthand the power of hope in even the darkest times and believes hope is a beautiful and precious gift that any person can offer to another.

Angela is passionate about equipping people, regardless of their background, to understand and talk comfortably about this difficult topic. She has presented to top Air Force leaders as well as at the Columbus First Responders Conference, the Veteran’s Affairs Women’s Behavioral Summit, the Columbus Public Health Department, and multiple schools, businesses, and churches.

Angela graduated from The Ohio State University in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and has a Certificate in Thanatology from the Association of Death Education and Counseling (ADEC). She is a Master Trainer of both QPR (Question Persuade Refer Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper) and CALM (Counseling on Access to Lethal Means) as well as being certified in NOVA Crisis Response Training and Psychological First Aid. Additionally, she is a Psychological Autopsy Investigator and serves on her county’s Suicide Fatality Review Board.

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