There is nothing more rewarding than giving back! By volunteering with Please Live, you can help us make a lasting impact on teenagers in Central Pennsylvania.


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Upcoming Events

Day of Hope, Sept 16 10AM – 5PM | ​Max Cooper Field, Duncannon PA 17020

Come join No Way Out Ministries for a day of family friendly fun! Festivities at Duncannon’s Max Cooper Field will include an all day Concert in the Park, vendors/crafters & a 5k Run4HOPE.register online @ https://racewire.com/register.php?id=8221 (reg. 8am, run 9am) As September is National Suicide Prevention Month, many other local social service resources will be on site that day as well. Day of HOPE is being hosted by No Way Out Ministries to help raise awareness & funds to help individuals battling depression & suicidal thoughts Find HOPE.


Welcome to my Cyber World: Examining Social Media with Parents and Students |
​Sept 27th, 6:30PM – 7:30PM | Cumberland Valley High School

We’ll be hanging out at a health fair during CV’s Cyber World presentation. Come say hi! Health fair opens at 5:45pm!


Suicide Awareness Day at the Capitol, Oct 16th, 9AM – 10:30AM | Harrisburg Capitol Complex

Help us bring suicide awareness to our Pennsylvania state government. We’ll be in the capitol rotunda to support Prevent Suicide PA and the various community Suicide Prevention Taskforces throughout the state. Speakers will include several legislators and individuals representing loss and attempt survivors from all age groups. Display tables will provide organizations with an opportunity to share suicide prevention materials.


Cumberland County Youth Advisory Board, Nov 1st, 5:45PM – 7:45PM | Cumberland/Perry Drug & Alcohol Commission

We’ll be talking about Please Live and also providing QPR Training for the students part of the Youth Advisory Board. We’re excited to train up more leaders in suicide prevention!


Wildcat Community Day, Nov 4th, 10AM – 2PM | Mechanicsburg Middle School

As part of the health fair portion of the annual Wildcat Community Day, we’ll be representing mental health and suicide prevention efforts. Come to this excellent community day that supports all things Wildcat!


Mental Health First Aid Training | Mental Wellness Awareness Association

Did you know you are more likely to encounter someone in a mental health crisis than in any medical crisis? This valuable training teaches you the skills to assess and intervene in a variety of mental health situations. Click here to visit our partners at the Mental Wellness Awareness Association for upcoming training events.

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