What We Do

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  • Direct individuals with an immediate Suicide crisis to 911 or to the 24/7 Crisis Line: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255.
  • Conduct resiliency workshops and seminars in order to help survivors and those who are mentally ill find their strength.
  • Conduct peer healing spaces in nature to promote community and support.
  • Conduct peer support and community peer groups, retreats that promote connectedness, teach coping and problem-solving skills.
  • Provide Suicide prevention, Intervention, and Postvention tools and resources.
  • Help destigmatize suicide and mental illness through education: sharing real life stories of overcomers, identifying the warning signs and symptoms.
  • To save as many lives as possible by  listening with empathy, not discounting a person’s feelings and teaching  individuals to live with purpose and self confidence.
  • Provide educational resources and create a documentary about the lived experiences of minorities dealing with mental illness.