I knew that their had to be something out there that I could do besides going to grief counseling. And that's when I met Barb.
What is exciting about AFSP in Wyoming, is that it's a grassroots movement. It's about the people, and the solutions are in the people.
Every community—it doesn't matter if you're in a big city or the smallest little rural town—you can be impacted by this.
I wasn't moving on past his death. By getting proactive and starting to look for ways I could help other people, it in turn helped me.
The average person is now seeing the importance of mental health.
A lot of people think the stigma of suicide is declining. I think it's still alive and well, unfortunately.