The mission of Fighting For Forgiveness, Inc. is to raise conscious awareness and gift our human family with the beauty of a balanced mind, body and spirit. Our vision is to passionately advocate for those experiencing depression and thoughts of suicide, while raising awareness about mental health in general. According to the "CDC's "Facts About Suicide", suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death among those of age 10 to 34.
You don't know what's wrong, but you know something is not right. IT is a feeling. You can't see IT. IT is difficult to describe, but IT is there. You don't know who to turn to, so you try to cope with IT. Eventually IT becomes unbearable and you consider hurting someone or yourself.
Are you experiencing DEPRESSION and/or THOUGHTS OF SUICIDE? If so, it's time to get help.
Don't let your thoughts of suicide manifest into an action. Seek help NOW if you or someone you know are in need of immediate assistance. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a 24/7 toll free resource. All calls are confidential. Dial 988 or 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
If you are pregnant or have recently given birth and you are experiencing mental health issues, such as anxiety and depression, please don't suffer in silence. Contact the National Maternal Mental Health Hotline for assistance 24/7. Your calls are confidential.
☎ Call or text 1-833-TLC-MAMA (1-833-852-6262)
Are you a veteran who is affected by suicidal thoughts and/or post traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD)? If so,
Contact the Veterans Crisis Line at 988, then press 1.
Suggestions from the Mayo Clinic
Did you know there is a huge shortage of mental health professionals in the U.S.? According to an article from The Commonwealth Fund, "as of March 2023, 160 million Americans live in areas with mental health professional shortages, with over 8,000 more professionals needed to ensure an adequate supply." This is alarming!
At Fighting For Forgiveness, we believe everyone deserves access to mental health services, so we are doing our part to assist a college student who is studying sociology or psychology with the desire to work in the mental health profession. If you know anyone who is eligible for our scholarship based on the criteria in the image above, please encourage them to apply.
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