11 June 2008
BY CHASE PURDY
The Post and Courier
Call a Trident United Way hot line, even at 3 a.m., and someone will be on the other end, listening.

A community problem-solver, Trident United Way provides counseling services but also disseminates information to help get people back on their feet.

They assist people in all sorts of areas. Suicide prevention is one of them. Thursday, they'll team with Trident Healthfinders to offer a suicide prevention seminar in North Charleston.

Lisa Quinn said she decided to volunteer at Trident United Way because she wanted to pursue a career in counseling. Earning a master's degree can cost tens of thousands of dollars, so she said she wanted to test the waters.
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