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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

"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.

"The Center for Suicide SOS group is helping us as it gives us a place to meet and talk with other survivors who lost a loved one to suicide. A death by suicide is hard to understand but by talking with the group it has helped us to move forward."

~ J.H.

"I believe I have been with the Center for Suicide Awareness for the past ten years helping in whatever I could do to make known to the public that the Center is here to give support to those lost a loved one to suicide. Having the experience of wanting to end my life because I no longer could bear the pain of depression. By the grace of God I did not complete my route to suicide. I was fortunate that my brain chemistry slowly began to stablize and was helped by a police sargeant who had experience with mental illnesses and helped me back to my family. Because of this experience, I have been able to help families what may have been happening in their loved ones' lives that caused them to consider suicide."

~ G.P.S.

"What you're supposed to do when you don't like a thing is change it. If you can't change it, change the way you think about it. Don't complain."
~ Maya Angelou, Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey Now