About the Suicide Task Force of Indiana County

Task Force members include representatives from school districts, health agencies, and human service organizations within Indiana County. Individuals from the general public are also represented. All members are asked to sign a Confidentiality Agreement. The Task Force meets on the first Monday of each month, 10 AM, at the Indiana County Department of Human Services.   Task Force committees are the Prevention Committee, Intervention Committee, Postvention Committee, Nominating Committee, and Executive Committee.  Meeting times are set by the committee chairs.



Interested in being on the Suicide Task Force of Indiana County?  Contact the coordinator by email:  stf32@mail.com

Mission of the STF

The Task force was established to aid in the prevention of suicides through community education and intervention in a crisis and to provide support to those affected by suicides through education and communication.

What does our logo mean?


Armstrong-Indiana-Clarion Drug and Alcohol Programs
Armstrong-Indiana Behavioral and Developmental Health Program
Armstrong-Indiana Intermediate Unit 28
Children’s Advisory Commission of Indiana County
Community Members
I & A Residential Services, Inc
Indiana County
   Commissioners
   Children and Youth
   Coroner
   Court Administrator
   Probation
   Human Services
   Sheriff
   District Attorney
   County Prison
   Emergency Management Agency - 911

S.C.I. Pine Grove

Family Behavioral Resources

Family Psychological Associates

Beacon Health Options

Indiana Regional Medical Center

     Behavioral Health Services
      IRMC Physician's Group
IUP
Marion Center School District
NAMI
Neuropsychiatric Associates
PA State Police - Indiana
Rairagh - Bence Funeral Home
The Community Guidance Center
The Open Door
United Presbyterian Church of Blairsville
United School District
Visiting Nurse Association
   Hopeful Hearts
   Hospice

Purchase Line School District

Altoona VA

Suicide Task Force of Indiana County​ Member List

The 8 pointed star symbolizes hope and guidance.  The circle signifies protection; it has no breaks, and cannot be broken.  

The inner star (4 points) points to the North, East, South, and West.

The outer star (4 points) leads to the Summer Solstice where the sun's path would be at its furthest North. The days are the longest here.  This is a time of renewal, great potential, and hope for the future.

The colors signify the suicide prevention colors.

What does this have to do with the STF and Suicide Prevention?

     The STF offers hope and guidance to those struggling, and to those who have lost someone to suicide.  The belief of the time of renewal, great potential, and hope for the future is signified because we want those struggling to know there is a time of renewal, they have great potential, and we want them to have hope for the future!

Dr. Ralph May and Jerry Overman, Co-Chairs

Stacie Huber, Secretary

Heather Gelles, & Lisa Spencer, Treasurers

Joe Bujdos, Co-Chair Intervention Committee

Dr. Ralph May, Chair, Postvention Committee

Michelle Seaman, Chair-Prevention

Brandy King, Coordinator

Working Committees

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