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Carrie Biely

Carrie Biely

Suicide doesn’t discriminate. It affects people from all walks of life, regardless of age, ethnicity or socio-economic status. According to a new government report, suicide over the past two decades is up 25% across the nation. In 2017, 45,000 people ended their lives and more than 1 million attempted.

Alive & Running started 20 years ago to support Didi Hirsch’s Suicide Prevention Center, the nation’s first and an international leader in training, research and crisis services. We have innovated many strategies and programs for people in crisis over the years. This Fall, we will open the doors to our Center’s new Century City home, where we will be able to provide more crisis services, training and therapy/support groups – especially for children.

Please support Didi Hirsch’s 20th annual Alive & Running 5K Walk/Run for Suicide Prevention on Sunday, September 30 on La Tijera Parkway in Los Angeles. Your donation will support the expansion of our Center and vital services, which include:

• Bereavement groups
• Support groups for survivors of suicide attempts
• Follow-up programs for high-risk callers
• Training for law enforcement, mental health professionals, students
and teachers
• Community outreach
• Suicide Response Team

With your help, we can save more lives! Register or donate today!



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Recent Donations

1. BQBen Quan
2. BBBarbara Biely
Joel, you are always in our heart
3. AAlly- Congiggy
Good luck Congiggy, love you always
4. JEJanet Even
Joel William Lamb, you are forever in my heart!! Thank you for the 20 years of joy you brought to my life!!! Always Loved, Never Forgotten!!! Love, Mom
5. AHAngie Hausvik
In honor of Joel Lamb. Talk about a person that had the biggest heart ever!! You couldn’t find a better friend and listener. Joel had a way about him that when he walked into the room, you couldn’t help but smile. He always found a way to make you laugh, even on a bad day. I think of him often and I will always cherish the great times that I had with him. Thank you, Carrie, for bringing more awareness to suicide and mental illness. RIP Joel... as he would say ....”I am what I am”....and what you were, Joel, was a very special person who is dearly missed by so many.
6. JLJeff Lamb
Joel William Lamb March 24th 1979 - April 6th 1999. Worst day of my life. He was my big brother even though I was taller than him. He was a Watertown Laker State Champion Hockey Player his Junior year and a Watertown Arrow State Champion Football player his Senior year. He was popular. He stuck up for anyone that was bullied or picked on. He was a great human being. We believe he was undiagnosed with a mental illness. He took his own life at the age of 20 years old and I lost a part of me as well as our entire family and friends. He is dearly missed. RIP brother. Till we meet again at the pearly gates with open arms. Jeffrey Curtis Lamb

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