We all need support on our journey. Together, we can end the stigma of feeling ashamed to ask for help. Resources are available that can provide connection and improve our coping skills no matter what our struggles may be.
Prevention starts in the home. Children need to feel safe, confident, and connected. Adults also need support to handle the stressors of life and raising children in this rapidly changing world.
Families and individuals with disabilities are often at higher risk for struggles because of isolation and lack of resources. Early intervention and feeling apart of a community is critical to protect this amazing group of people.
While we acknowledge that not all suicide is preventable, it is still the most preventable kind of death. Working to end the stigma and being prepared to respond to someone in crisis is key to suicide prevention.
We know that substance-abuse disorder is life-changing and takes so much support to overcome. The teenage brain is especially vulnerable to addiction. We want to prevent addiction whenever possible and help those who are struggling find the resources they need to succeed.
Our children are the most priceless commodity. The effects of abuse on a child can last a lifetime. We want to prevent abuse and teach families how to empower.
Schools are especially important for kids and families. We are here to support our local schools and collaborate in making prevention a priority in our community.
Tell us what you need and we’ll help you find it.
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