“Suicide is an epidemic. The culture of shame that impedes the critical discussion of emotional and mental illness among our youth has to change.”
Let’s talk about it. It’s time for a new discussion. Shame leads to isolation. Isolation feeds hopelessness. Hopelessness is the basis for suicide. Talking leads to connection. Connection creates hope. Learning healthy thought process and self-awareness leads to productive lives.
Founder and Executive Director
Wife, Mom, Daughter, Friend
Weber County Commissioner, Former Utah State Legislator Husband, Dad, Friend, Generational Dairy Farmer
Rev. Marian Edmonds Allen
Board Member - Chair
Utah Child Advocate. LGBTQ community leader. Former Pride Center of Utah Director. Mormons Building Bridges facilitator.
Prevention Program Manager at Davis Behavioral Health
Holds a Masters Degree in Psychology from the University of Utah.
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction instructor.
Husband, father, avid runner, and not so amateur photographer Lawyer with Bentley and Briggs, Ogden, Utah
Son, Brother, Real Estate Agent
Jason W. Anderson
Jason is a husband, father, and community youth advocate. He has worked for Wells Fargo Bank for 22 years and is a Vice President, Senior Business Banking Relationship Manager & Commercial Loan Officer.