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Opportunities for Volunteers

We love our volunteers! Our volunteers play a key role in delivering our message that suicide is preventable and help and hope is available. By choosing to volunteer with The Center for Suicide Awareness, you will be doing your part in making a difference by helping in educating the community about suicide prevention and reducing the stigma of mental health and suicide. Our current volunteer opportunities are listed below:

If you have other ideas or ways you think you can help The Center for Suicide Awareness accomplish our mission, please contact us.

  • Helping with an event in your area or being at our exhibit booth.
  • Helping with an educational event
  • Helping with light office duties
  • Spreading the word through social media and other outlets
  • Being part of our creative group and coming up with positive messages

Testimonials

"The Center for Suicide Awareness is an amazing organization working to reduce suicide rates, eliminate stigma, train communities in resilience and inform communities about mental health. These individuals at the center are kind, passionate, and do good in the community. The center created the hopeline for individuals in need of immediate suicide intervention. I highly recommend participating in their events, utilizing their resources if necessary, and/or getting involved in some way so that we can combat suicide together!"

~ J.K.

"As an educator, I have participated in professional development surrounding youth mental health on various occasions. I am also QPR (question, persuade, & refer) certified. Throughout these trainings, I have learned so much about the Center for Suicide Awareness and the hopeline they have created. I have the call-in and text-in number saved in my contacts and have personally used the text-in line myself during moments of high anxiety and stress. I also share the number to my students or to anyone who might need it. Please call or text in if you need help. They are there for you."

~ S.V.

"I am forever grateful to The Center for Suicide Awareness for allowing a platform to tell our daughter's story. Amanda was 26 when she died by suicide 13 years ago. Through the Center, I have been able to try to bring to light her struggles and keep her memory alive. Whether it be in person, one-on-one, large groups, oral or written, her story is very important to our family. She will always be our daughter and must not be forgotten."

~ J.R.