A new way to disrupt suicide and save lives,
by harnessing the power of Survivors.
People who've survived their struggle with suicide are a powerful asset in the fight against it. We rally these Survivors together, in communal support and peer-to-peer engagement groups. When they gather to tell their stories, share lessons learned, and explore What Worked, they can become something profound: a lifeline for current sufferers.
“Something needs to be done. And if it doesn’t start with survivors — the people who’ve felt the impact of suicide — then I don’t know where it’s going to start."
So I rally Survivors together, in communal support and peer-to-peer engagement groups.
lessons learned, and explore What Worked,
We're lifting the voices of Survivors and putting them center stage, because when they talk candidly about their struggles and breakthroughs (in public forums, or in private AA-type settings) they:
We're lifting the voices of Survivors and putting them center stage. Survivor Cadres are peer-to-peer engagement groups. They can be local and anonymous, like AA. Or they can be public.
We lift the voices of Survivors and put them center stage.
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