With a strong history of community appeal, Hope for Today is a free community education program available to any group seeking to understand more about suicide, as well as ways to intervene and save a life. Participants are provided with knowledge of how to respond to a person in crisis and how to recognize suicide warning signs and mental health disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder. This program is presented to college students, faith communities, businesses, and law enforcement each year.
Interested in becoming a Hope for Today presenter? Fill out the volunteer form here and check out upcoming Hope for Today Gatekeeper training dates here. Contact us for more information or to learn about becoming a presenter. Click here for more information on our youth education program, R.A.P.P.