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Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S.

 

On average, there are 129 suicides per day.

 

In 2017,

47,173 Americans died by suicide.

In 2017, there were an est. 1,400,000 suicide attempts

What we use the funding for?

Funds will be used by Prevent Suicide Chippewa Valley to support activities, education and raise awareness.  In 2017-18 we supported the Hopeline Textline, distributed tear off flyers to area businesses that provide crisis information.  The National Alliance on Mental Illness-Chippewa Valley will use funds to create a physical space to further their work on educating and supporting loved ones of those with mental illness.

$500 grants given from the proceeds of the 2018 walk!

The Eau Claire Police Department was a recipient of one of our grants! The grant will be used to continue Crisis Intervention Training for law-enforcement in our communities. Thank you for working to educate on mental illness, improve interventions and reduce stigma.

The Tandem Mentor program, was the first recipient of our $500 grants. These grants were made possible through your donations at The Sharing Hope walk! 

Nar Anon was recipients of a PSCV grant for community organizations that work to prevent suicide. The new, local Nar Anon chapter will provide support to families of those struggling with drug abuse. These funds were made possible through the Sharing Hope walk donations!

The Wellness Shack is a peer led mental health recovery center and is instrumental in providing support to those who struggle. Their services are free and we are happy to be a partner with them. This is another example of how your donations are working on the prevention of suicide in our communities.