The Hannah Warburton Resilience Award is a $500.00 cash award established for Utah high school seniors who have shown resilience in overcoming difficult obstacles to completing their high school education.
Live Hannah’s Hope Mission
Live Hannah’s Hope exists to empower youth and reduce suicide through research, education, awareness, and advocacy.
The squeaky wheel gets the grease. We squeak effectively for you.
Dispels ignorance, offers the hope for change, and creates community.
Knowledge opens the front door for change.
What works? What’s new? What’s next? How do we get there?
About Hannah’s Story
Live Hannah’s Hope was created by her mother, Laura Warburton, and is dedicated to helping youth to live the life Hannah so desperately wanted but couldn’t because she couldn’t figure out how to stop her pain. She hid her pain instead of reaching out to her friends for help. She was embarrassed and ashamed. #SayNoToShame.
This site is full of possible solutions. Some of these solutions have already helped many children and adults overcome the temporary pain that too often drives one to suicide. We also have wonderful programs like the Hannah Warburton Resilience Award. We have resources for anyone who is touched by suicide.
We don’t live by ‘what ifs’. It’s impossible to find peace there. Instead, we choose to live by the concept of ‘because of’. Here, we learn from Hannah’s tragic death with hope that others will live through their pain and find joy and peace in this amazing life.
Suicide is an EpidemicUtah Statistics
Suicide is the leading cause of death for Utahns ages 10 to 25
Every 14 hours a Utahan dies by suicide
Average suicide attempts in Utah per year
The average number of suicides per year in Utah
If you’re here, you are or know someone who is struggling with brain health and you’re in need of help now. It can feel so dark and very lonely. There is hope. There’s always something you’ve not tried.
Here are some the many resources we have available, you’ll find the traditional help that many have found useful along with emerging new practices that are helping others find healing.
Why did they choose to die?
If He Dies…
Got a desperate message last night from a person that helped me after Hannah’s suicide. Her adult child has been threatening suicide for a long time and last night it […]
Do I blame someone, anyone for Hannah’s suicide? If we blame one person for anyone’s suicide, then it opens the door to blame… across the board. NO! NO! NO! NO! […]
We are Mutants
Every single person I've met dealing with suicide ideation, deals with this.
My son was frustrated with me. Could I listen? Could I find truth in his words?
Who’s Your Lighthouse?
If you can't see the end of your pain, someone else probably can. Reach out!