Faith.Hope.Life. campaign, developed by the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention's Faith Communities Task Force, is an opportunity for every faith community in the United States, regardless of creed, to support suicide prevention.
Campaign activities can be conducted any week during the year, and can be aligned with important dates such as:
- World Suicide Prevention Day (September 10)
- Mental Health Month (May)
- National Minority Health Month (July)
Faith Communities Task Force
Faith-based communities play a key role in providing hope, support, and a sense of belonging.
Learn more about the task force that developed the Faith.Hope.Life.campaign.
Whether they come from the private or public sector, our partners all share a common goal: suicide prevention.
Learn more about the organizations that participate in the Faith.Hope.Life campaign.
As you implement your suicide-prevention work, questions or concerns may arise. Or perhaps you'd just like to share your feedback. Whatever the reason, we'd love to hear from you.
Find out how to reach us by e-mail, phone, and social media.
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