FLIP THE SWITCH and live life on the


Join ten courageous families on their journey to live with mental illness & suicide.


Here are a few ways we can help:

Family Case Management
Employee Assistance Program

Mental Illness & Suicide Help
School Based Initiative

Friends who have FLIPPED THE SWITCH:

  • Anonymous
    As a future healthcare professional, I now understand what not to say to someone who has lost a loved one to suicide. I also never thought about the connotation of the word "commit". I now understand that somone doesn't commit suicide, rather they loose their life. Thank you so much for letting me come to your group and experience the feelings one may experience. You truly are a special group.
  • Anonymous
    Your foundation gave me just what I needed to become more at peace with myself by giving me the opportunity to help others. I seriously can't thank you all enough for giving me the opportunity to work with you all. Thank you for everything.
  • Anonymous
    I lost my son to suicide which was a huge shock and has left me totally broken. I have now made it my mission to help raise awareness about mental illness suicide bullying and grief following suicide in my son's honor.


Cindy is a 63 year-old retired teacher, wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend. In her 40’s, Cindy was diagnosed with bipolar II disorder and seasonal affective disorder. While the illness creates its struggles and leaves Jerry, her husband, sometimes feeling helpless, he stands beside his wife, a woman who is not defined by this illness. Cindy and Jerry #FlippedTheSwitch by speaking out about mental illness, will you? www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jk0wS879wTA ... See MoreSee Less

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Did you know about 20% of youth, ages 13-18 live with a mental health condition? Take time to talk about your mental health this month. #FliptheSwitch #EndTheStigma ... See MoreSee Less

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Can't figure out why your college age or beyond young adult hasn't "launched?" Is your young adult reluctant to communicate his/her concerns? This survey from the State of Missouri reported by the Department of Mental Health is eye opening ... Contact Us. We can help. ... See MoreSee Less

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