Get Involved

Suicide is the SECOND leading cause of death among youth ages 10 to 24. Help us promote mental health and prevent youth suicides!

Make a Donation: We rely on donations to carry out our mission. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and your donation is tax-deductible. Your support helps us educate an average of 12,000 students every year about about facts, myths, risk factors and warning signs of suicidal behavior, what to do in crisis, available resources, and tips for coping with distress!

Host a presentation on your campus, or in your community: Start a conversation that will inspire students, reduce stigma, and promote help-seeking behavior! Check out more info HERE.

Sign up for our email newsletter: We send out an email with updates, info on upcoming events and opportunities to get involved about once a month. Your contact information will always be kept private, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Download a posterPrint out as many as you like and cut along the dotted lines. Put them up at your school – in classrooms, hallways, bathrooms, offices, etc. – or put them up at work in break rooms and bathrooms. Help us spread the word and let people know that suicide is NOT an option!

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3 Responses to Get Involved

  1. Annette T. Godsey says:

    I survived my suicide attempt of October 23, 2008. I must admit that it has not been an easy road and I know it will get better. I was a victim of bullying in the workplace by my supervisor. I had worked in a local hospital billing department for 20 years and I LOVED my job. When I became depressed due to the bullying, my psychiatrist would not allow me to go back to work in my same position. I was heartbroken and I applied for many other jobs within the hospital but I was not able to get another job so I was fired.
    I would do all I can to prevent any other person from attempting suicide. I am 58 years old and am currently in therapy and medication. For the most part, I feel good, but there are some rough days tossed in as well. Baby steps.

  2. Philip Mazzie says:

    I just recieved my DD 214 from the Air Force working as a mental health, substance abuse, and family advocacy technician. I saw your commercial and would love to get involved here in Michigan. Doing suicide prevention for our large student population in Biloxi Mississippi has made it easy to brief to any group about suicide. Hopefully someone in your organization will find a use for me. Thank you,
    Phil Mazzie

  3. Ethan Best says:

    I just saw this on Fox 2 News Detroit and was overwhelmed with compassion! If you need anyone who educates about sexual orientation and gender identity/gender expression then please contact my fiancée, Jennifer Miracle. She has been educating students and professors at (CMU and UGA), even the Federal Government, for a little over 10 years. Jennifer recently left a Director (of the LGBT Resource Center) position with the University of Georgia, after 5 years, to start her own business speaking and education others; schools, students, parents, teachers, professors, doctors, nurses, businesses and their owners/staff members…She has written articles that have been published and has been interviewed (blog talk radio and written articles). She is currently writing a book while joining conferences to speak at. If you would like to know more her website is and if not, thank you all for what you are doing and the differences you are making in this world!!

    Ethan C.J. Best

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