Suicide Awareness - Her Story: Visalian and USA BMX Olympian Brooke Crain

Suicide Awareness - Her Story: Visalian and USA BMX Olympian Brooke Crain

Losing someone to suicide is very personal. Visalian and USA BMX Olympian Brook Crain, a survivor of suicide loss, shares her story and how the Tulare County Suicide Prevention Task Force is available to help.

 

Tulare County Suicide Prevention Task Force HHSA Community on Vimeo.

Also, take a moment to read why the SPTF BMX event is important: Local Olympic Athlete Brooke Crain Raises Funds for Suicide Prevention

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Friends of Tulare County was incorporated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 2003. It is an all-volunteer organization consisting of a seven-member unpaid Board, and all work performed by FTC representatives with regard to solicitation of donations and applications for grant funding is performed by unpaid volunteers.

To learn more about how you can make a difference, call (559) 624-8000 or send an email to FriendsTC@tularecounty.ca.gov. Or you may visit the FTC website at: FriendsTC.org.

Additionally, county employees may make donations through payroll deductions by filling out the FTC County Payroll Deduction form found on the FTC website.

To donate to one of the programs listed on the FTC website, simply click on the Donate button found at the bottom of each program’s page. Alternatively, you may mail a check payable to:

FRIENDS OF TULARE COUNTY
5957 South Mooney Blvd.
Visalia, CA 93277
(Make a note of the specific program to which you wish to donate on the memo line.)

FTC welcomes your support of their efforts to add joy and inspiration to the lives of those in need and to increase the overall well-being of the community in which we all live and serve.

 

 

 

  


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