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.
We believe most fears associated with mental health are due to not being educated. Find resources here for yourself, a friend, or your child. Being educated means being prepared for the twists and turns life can throw at you or a loved one.
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Health Fair at Strawberry Square Harrisburg | May 9th | 10:30AM – 1:00PM
May is Mental Health Month, so we’re celebrating by participating in a health fair right in the atrium of Strawberry Square. Come check it out!
Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community | May 19th, 2018 – HACC Harrisburg Campus
We’re pumped to announce that we’ve been selected as one of 52 health and human services agencies that will be participating in the Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community in Harrisburg! Join us in walking for health and wellness by creating a team, joining a team, or walking as an individual for our cause of education for mental health and suicide prevention. More information coming soon!
Join our #SupportSquad!
There are so many ways to support Please Live – whether through volunteering, promoting our cause, or partnering with us – but the easiest way to support us is financially. Make a one-time donation, or join our Support Squad with a monthly pledge to help us fight suicide and empower young people in our community. Click here!
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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