July 20, 2018

Local and global suicide prevention resources are pouring in for the Faces After Suicide art exhibit! I’m over the moon 🤗 Anyone attending the exhibit will not only see that suicide does not discriminate, but viewers will be able to take away resources and know where to find help wherever they might be. Exhibit opens to the public August 3rd-September 28th at the Leedy-Voulkos Art Center. Thank you to the Gary Sinise Foundation, Hope For The Day, Wounded Warrior Project, The Jed Foundation – JED, The Trevor Project, Samaritans of Singapore, Stop Soldier Suicide, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide, SPEAK UP, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Mission 22, Headquarters, Inc., Encourage Hope and Help, Solace House, Cosplay For Hope, NAMI, Johnson County Suicide Prevention Coalition, & SASS-MoKan – Suicide Awareness Survivor Supportresources

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