Suicide prevention non-profit JD Basis is closing its doorways

A non-profit group that has labored throughout Maine to convey down youth suicide and bullying charges via consciousness and training is closing down after 15 years.

JD Basis founder Cheryl Morin has been engaged on suicide prevention for 17 years and the Abbot Village-based basis can have had non-profit standing for 15 years as of Oct. 8, the date of formal closure. 

Any leftover basis monies — which might not be loads — together with another cash that is available in, will probably be donated to a different non-profit group, Morin mentioned. There isn’t a determination but on what group will get the cash, she mentioned.