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All Hands in KC, Ann & Brett Coppage, Boyer Corporon Wealth Management, Brian Curry, Bruce and Kelly Tieves, Creative Concepts, David Paciorek-Raymond James Financial Services, Dr. Phuong L. Vuong, Garmin International, Griggs Injury Law House Law, Johnson County Mental Health Center, Joy for Kansas, Keep The Spark Alive, Kevin A. Dunn & Bob Legler, Lance Buckley Real Estate, Larsen Family, McNeel Family Foundation, Metro Council of Community Behavioral Health Centers, Michelle Long, Mikkelson Family Foundation, Mr. Mark B. Sutherland, Mr. Richard Schwartz, Ms. Nancy Davis, SASS MO-KAN, Shifting Gears for Regan, Stacey & Jim Saladin, Suzanne Crandall, The David & Libby Savner Family Fund, White, Graham, Buckley & Carr, LLC., William Holloway


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2022 Walk Resources Wanted

We would like to invite you to be a resource table during our virtual walk this year. Without these services, many of our community would feel alone. Thank you for all the work you do in helping save lives!


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What teens are saying about us?

We asked some local teens about what the donations mean to them? 

“They’re important because there are tons of my peers that are going through a variety of different mental health problems, and I feel like Speak Up has the resources to help out these teens that are in need. It matters because suicide has continued to kill people in the community around me, and I want to make sure it is never one of my friends.”

Josh - BV teen

“I think it gives the sense of hope and the feeling that people everywhere are out there that can help in any way This matters because it gives teens like me the feeling that we are not alone”

Kade - BV student


Funds raised will support a teen mental health program including speakers and training in the Kansas and Missouri area.

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About the Founders

Speak Up a 501(c)3 was created and formed by three families that suffered a devastating loss due to mental illness ending in suicide. We are united in breaking the silence and reducing stigma surrounding all mental illness and suicide. Our hope is that Speak Up will provide education and awareness in our community bridging the gaps between community, schools and parents.

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Sources of Strength-Program offered by Speak Up

Community Outreach Events

With funds raised last year, Speak Up will be helping over 10,000 kids this coming school year. Find out how to bring Speak Up to your school. It is our goal to supplement and expand upon your efforts where needed, assist with coordination and help to ensure their highest quality. We will work with each individual school to meet its needs.

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Jason Arkin: The Story of Speak Up