SAVE works with Facebook
A new suicide prevention tool on Facebook is being released. SAVE is proud to play a role in the development of this new feature. To view the Huffington Post article, please click here.
National Eating Disorder Awareness Week
February 22 - 28
offering free, anonymous
eating disorder screenings.
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The third Rise Above Fest in support of suicide prevention and awareness will take place at Darlings's Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor, Maine on May 9th. The lineup includes Seether, Godsmack, Slash, PapaRoach, All That Remains, and Tremonti in this third edition of the hard-rock festival. Tickets are on sale now! For much more information on the event, click here. Stay tuned for informaion on the auction and ways to be involved! To read the article from Billboard, click here. #RiseAboveFest
Thank You Clearwater Middle School Students!
Thanks to the students in Mrs. Jahnke's Sixth Grade Class for raising money through your charity research project. Your donated funds to SAVE helps us continue to further our mission of saving lives through education and public awareness while also serving as a resource to those in need. Keep up the great work!
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
Senator Coburn's Vote
SAVE issues a statement in response to Senator Coburn’s vote against veteran suicide prevention, click here to read the statement.