The Center offers support groups for all ages of those who have lost a loved one to suicide, those who have attempted suicide, and for family members. We offer presentations for schools in helping students cope and know warning signs of suicide. We also offer training for educators, healthcare professionals, police, and others.
Check out our informational booklet!

Mission Statement:

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to preventing suicide through proactive education, training, emotional support, collaboration, and intervention.

Vision Statement:

Our vision is compassion, readily accessible, barrier free, and sustained support for any individual or entity in need while free of any mental health stigma.

Center Hours:

Monday to Friday: 9am – 5pm
Saturday to Sunday: closed

Let's Get Social!

Green Bay Gamblers Hockey Support the Center for Suicide Awareness

On Saturday, October 20th, the Green Bay Gamblers Hockey Team promoted suicide awareness by working with the Center for Suicide Awareness through the “SOCK IT to SUICIDE” free sock night!  Free socks were handed out and the players each wore special sock-it socks on the ice.  Each sock carried the same design, along with the HOPELINE information (text HOPELINE to 741741) and logo.  Students from Kaukauna High School donated their time to working with ticket takers and selling 50/50 raffle tickets.  An additional raffle was held to give away a PS4.  All proceeds went to the Center for Suicide Awareness to continue its work in Wisconsin.

Thank you to all volunteers and those who attended!!

 

 

 

Jennifer started at The Center in 2015, photographing our annual Walk for Suicide Awareness, and Ride to End Suicide. Suicide awareness is a cause that Jennifer holds close to her heart, as she lost her mother to suicide at the age of 5. Jennifer received an undergraduate degree in Marketing and Advertising and a Master’s degree in Training and Development. In 2009, she retired from a more than 25-year management career, after receiving a cancer diagnosis in 2006. In addition to photographing our annual Walk and Ride, Jennifer’s talents can be seen in some of our posters, marketing projects, and t-shirt designs! Jennifer founded “Project Rest”, which is a project that helps people learn positive coping skills and ways to manage the stresses of everyday life. “Project Rest” is growing to incorporate empowerment, resilience, and overall mental wellness.

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