Save the Date

Saturday, August 20, 2016

Suicide survivors, mental health advocates, families and friends will gather together in Goodview Park, in Wyoming, MN for the fifth annual Alissa M. Haines’ Stomp Out Suicide 5K Walk/Run for Awareness. Our shared goal: Raise awareness for mental health and suicide prevention while celebrating life.

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Our Mission

Leaving a Footprint on Suicide Prevention & Awareness

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Wear our T-shirts featuring inspirational messages to help us spread the word about suicide prevention and mental health awareness.

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Our Mission

Leaving a footprint on suicide awareness and prevention.

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Need help now?

Please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or Text “LIFE” to 61222.

Get the facts. Find support. Help a loved one.

We are not licensed professionals. We are just real people with a passion for awareness. If you or a loved one is considering suicide, please reach out to one of these resources.

Call 911

If you or someone you know is at a high risk for suicide, treat it like the emergency it is. Call 911 or the emergency line of your local police for help.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Struggling with suicidal thoughts? Call the Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to speak to a trained phone counselor. It’s confidential and there for you 24/7.

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

This national nonprofit is an amazing resource for suicide awareness, prevention, and survivor support. Learn more at afsp.org.

National Alliance on Mental Illness

NAMI is the nation’s largest mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for Americans affected by mental illness. Learn more at nami.org.

For a more extensive list of resources, please visit our resources page >

In the News

Raising Awareness and Supporting Our Community

We believe everyone matters. That’s why we work hard to promote suicide prevention and mental health in our local community. Our annual 5K, online community, inspirational T-shirts, public speaking, and support of key legislature are all efforts to raise awareness and stop the stigma associated with mental illness and suicide.

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