LAX 4 Life Game Offers Suicide Prevention Education

Representatives from LAX 4 Life travel to high school and college lacrosse games to raise awareness and educate students and their families about suicide risk and prevention.

Representatives from LAX 4 Life travel to high school and college lacrosse games to raise awareness and educate students and their families about suicide risk and prevention.

On Tuesday, April 21, the Villa Maria and Sacred Heart lacrosse teams played a LAX 4 Life game to help raise awareness about adolescent suicide. LAX-4-LIFE Inc. is a national lacrosse campaign to provide and support programs geared toward adolescent and young adult suicide prevention awareness.

Luke Hay, a junior lacrosse player at West Chester University, spoke to the teams and spectators about why he became involved in LAX 4 Life. Coach Jess Chadwin commented, “Lax 4 Life is a great foundation and both teams benefited greatly from the experience.”