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Explore how we can save lives and improve the lives we're living by changing the way we speak and think about mental health. 

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Are you looking for a speaker who will humanize mental health, support those who've been impacted by it, and remove the fear and uncertainty that surrounds it? 

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Are you in need of support after losing a loved one to suicide? 

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Do you feel depleted physically, emotionally, and/or spiritually?

If YES, click here

Are you trying to better understand suicide & how we can reduce the rate of occurrence? 

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Are you looking for ways to help reduce the stigma around mental health?

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Are you looking for guidelines to help you safely & effectively share your own story?

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Growing Out Of Darkness™ does not offer direct counseling or live support for those in immediate crisis.

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides access to trained telephone counselors, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

 

If you or a loved one is in immediate danger,

Call 911

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“Similar to the lotus, we all possess the ability to grow through the darkness transforming our surroundings into a place of peace.”

- Jenny Landon (Founder of GOOD)

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“This lotus shows the blossoming of a new hope filled life from darkness into light. The darker blue in the center represents the emotionally dark individual. The bright blue petals represent healing, while the pink heart represents love and joy. The yellow at the base of the heart symbolizes suicide loss.”

-Gloria Cook (Graphic Designer)