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Honor Connor | Hold Onto Hope is a non-profit that exists to provide hope & healing to those who’s loved ones have completed suicide.  READ MORE

OUR MISSION

Suicide is almost always related to mental health disorders and/or addiction issues. Our goal is to spread awareness and support likeminded organizations while we work towards out own initiatives.

To provide hope & healing to those who’s loved ones have completed suicide.  

Raise Awareness

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We aim to reach as many people as possible to end the stigma surrounding mental health, addiction, and suicide in order to promote a healthier community where suicide is no longer an option.

Provide Hope & Support

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Our goal is to provide hope and support to those who have been affected by suicide. This includes those who have attempted, as well as those who have lost a loved one to suicide.

Provide Education & Resources

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Together with our Medical Advisors and our Hope Allies we aim to provide the most up to date information and resources currently available in addressing mental health, addiction and suicide prevention.
Raise Awareness
Raise Awareness
Read More
We aim to reach as many people as possible to end the stigma surrounding mental health, addiction, and suicide in order to promote a healthier community where suicide is no longer an option.
Provide Hope & Support
Provide Hope & Support
Read More
Our goal is to provide hope and support to those who have been affected by suicide. This includes those who have attempted, as well as those who have lost a loved one to suicide.
Provide Education & Resources
Provide Education & Resources
Read More
Together with our Medical Advisors and our Hope Allies we aim to provide the most up to date information and resources currently available in addressing mental health, addiction and suicide prevention.
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SURVIVORSHIP

Suicide and suicide attempts affect the health and well-being of friends, loved ones, co-workers, and the community. When people die by suicide, their surviving family and friends may experience shock, anger, guilt, symptoms of depression or anxiety, and may even experience thoughts of suicide themselves. – CDC

Healing is not about moving on or “getting over it,” it’s about learning to make peace with our pain and finding purpose in our lives again.

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Walk & Talk For Hope Stories!

We would love to hear from you about your Walk & Talk experience, hear any feedback you may have, and simply provide a platform for you to share.  You can leave a comment here.

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Why We Walk & Talk

Honor Connor is hosting our first annual Walk and Talk for Hope this November 27th.  That’s the Saturday after Thanksgiving and it’s also Connor’s birthday.  He would have been 30 years old this year.  So why are

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The Language Of Suicide Prevention

September is Suicide Prevention month and although I’m sure we all want to do our part to prevent suicide in whatever way we can, let’s face it – we don’t always know the right thing to say. 

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