You can help us make a difference.

Get Educated and Talk About It

Mental health issues and suicide are a leading epidemic among our teens and young adults. Untreated mental illness and the general stigma of mental health is associated with poor success in school and an increased probability of suicide ideation and suicide attempts. Our programs aim to both help educate and protect our youth, but also to provide much needed resources to those around them. No one should ever feel like they are alone. Bringing awareness to these issues and reducing the stigma is vital. 


Become a Volunteer

This is a community effort. While we do rely on the generosity of the community to fund our mission, we also need our volunteers. Everyone has a skill that can contribute to the mission. Whether you are good at social media, marketing, fundraising, logistics, or any other skillset we can use your help. If you are interested in volunteering, please reach out to us at information@connerstrongfoundation.org.


Help Us Spread the Word – follow us on social media. Share, repost, retweet, etc. If you would like to engage more on social media (Instagram takeovers, video messages, etc.) please let us know at communications@connerstrongfoundation.org.


Our programs and outreach are not possible without the financial generosity of the community. We hope that you will consider supporting our efforts as well with a tax-deductible donation. Your donation will go directly to supporting our outreach and school programs that are so critical in reaching our young people. 

Help Us With Survivor Outreach

Our outreach services are here to support people who have lost a loved one to suicide.  It is devastating and confusing to lose a spouse, a child, a sibling, a relative, a friend to suicide, and we are here to help people code with the aftermath of such a loss.

We provide support services that offer hope, comfort, and healing to those in grief from suicide loss.  Our hope is to give survivors a place where they can be comfortable expressing themselves, a place to find support, comfort, and hope in a judgement-free environment.

When faced with a tragedy, you may be wondering what direction to take.  Some of the help we can provide include:

  1. Locating local support groups, spiritual resources, and bereavement and financial counselors.
  2. We help you request and obtain copies of documents, books, media to assist in grief and bereavement.
  3. Offer understanding and guidance in the weeks and months following a suicide death.
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