Connect to Hope with Give an Hour
Preventing Suicide Together
Help us Prevent Suicide by Connecting, Spreading and Giving Hope
Connect to Hope
If you recognize that you, or someone in your life is suffering, now what? Check out this one pager on how to reach out, connect, and get help.
For active-duty military, veterans, loved ones of service members or survivors of man-made and natural disasters with no access to other care, Give an Hour’s network of licensed mental health professionals can help. Visit (link) to find care.
Learn How to Access Mental Health Care
Learn: The Five Signs Of Emotional Suffering and Healthy Habits Of Emotional Well-Being give us a common language to identify when someone is suffering and how we can stay emotionally healthy.
Share: Create a post or image telling others what makes you feel hopeful or about a time when you felt hopeful. Share it with us here (link).
Download a sharable toolkit from Give an Hour
Licensed mental health providers can join our network to participate in various programs providing mental health services, support, and education to populations in need.
Your generous contribution helps us provide free mental health care to those in need and continue our efforts to change the culture of mental health. By increasing access to care and by removing cultural barriers, we ensure that someday all in need will receive the support they deserve.
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How Do You Connect to Hope
How do you keep positive and hopeful? What makes you feel hopeful? Describe a time when you felt hopeful.
“Connect to Hope” Partners
Click the logos below to learn more about our partners and how they engage in suicide prevention month with Give an Hour.
Join us at online events, education and social media activities.
Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
National Suicide Prevention Week
World Suicide Prevention Day
VFW Day to Change Direction
Need more ideas?
Check out our list of ways to reach out, connect and engage while showing your support for suicide prevention