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SEETHER'S 2015 Rise Above Fest scheduled for May 9.       

SAVE is excited to annouce that the third Rise Above Fest in support of suicide prevention and awareness will take place at Darlings's Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor, Maine.  Seether has recruited Godsmack, Slash, and Papa Roach in this third edition of the hard-rock festival.  Tickets go on sale December 12.  Watch for much more information on the event, auction and ways to be involved coming soon! To read the article from Billboard, click here.





PSA Campaign Targets Adult Males








Blue Sky Riders( - Kenny Loggins, Georgia Middleman and Gary Burr - offered to allow us to use their song, 'Little Victories' (from their debut album, Finally Home) for the new PSA project.  "After hearing from our fans that our song 'Little Victories' really touched them, we hoped it could make a difference when connected to a mental health and suicide prevention organization," said Blue Sky Riders. The band offered SAVE supporters the chance to download 'Little Victories' for free the first week in November, and also shared an instrumental version to be used as background music for our new PSA campaign-which includes their own personal message of hope.

View SAVE's newest PSA


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Named Memorial

A SAVE Named Memorial is a memorial established to honor and/or remember someone who has lost his or her life through suicide. You can establish a SAVE Named Memorial in remembrance of a loved one or a very special friend. 

This lasting legacy can be designated to a specific SAVE purpose and insures that critical SAVE programs will continue to be financially supported. Gifts can continually be added to an established Named Memorial. A letter will be sent informing the person or family of the gift to the fund.

Visit SAVE's Name Memorial Page HERE









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Save. Suicide Awareness Voices of Education

If you are in a suicide crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255