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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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Harrisburg Out of the Darkness Walk | Saturday, September 8th | City Island, Harrisburg | 3PM – 6PM
Please Live will be walking as a team in support of our local chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. All funds raised for the walk will benefit our local AFSP. Walk to save lives, honor loved ones, and raise support and awareness in our community. To join our team for the Harrisburg walk, click here.
Carlisle Out of the Darkness Walk | Saturday, September 15th | Carlisle Fairgrounds | 4PM – 6PM
Please Live will be walking as a team in support of our local chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. All funds raised for the walk will benefit our local AFSP. Walk to save lives, honor loved ones, and raise support and awareness in our community. To join our team for the Carlisle walk, click here.
I Want You To Hear Me | Thursday, September 20th | Carlisle Ribbon Mill | 5:30pm – 9:00pm
We’re partnering with Healing Gems to bring our presentation to the community for a night of food, drinks, and suicide prevention. Learn more by visiting the facebook group. Tickets are $10 each.
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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