The 8th Annual National LOSS Team Conference was held in Phoenix, AZ this year on October 22 and 23. The National LOSS Team Conference is an opportunity for mental health professionals, first responders, school counselors, suicide loss survivors, LOSS Team members...
Friday, September 21 was our bimonthly Nebraska State Suicide Prevention Coalition meeting. There are great things going on across the state that are helping increase the awareness of suicide prevention.
WJAG, NewsTalk780 in Norfolk, NE recently featured a series of interviews with area residents affected by suicide. Family members and friends left behind often wonder if there is anything they could have done to prevent the situation. Experts recommend seeking help as soon as you suspect a friend or family member is contemplating suicide.
The Butterball hotline is taking calls, sweet potatoes are flying from the produce aisle, and families everywhere are divided between fresh vs. canned cranberry. We love this Holiday! The Kim Foundation wishes you and your families a very Happy Thanksgiving!
Nebraska officials want to know what services are important to Nebraska children and teens when they face serious behavioral health challenges, so they’re asking the youth, their families and community providers to complete a survey. The survey period is open until November 22.
Today we keep our Veterans in the forefront of our minds, including our employees and their families who have and are currently serving in the armed forces. Thank you, Veterans, for bravely and proudly serving our great country to protect and defend America's freedom.
A very interesting article expanding on critical research that Boys Town is doing right here in Omaha.
World Suicide Prevention Day is September 10, 2013.
Research continues to quantify the effects of depression on not only individuals, but also their employers. According to the article below 68 million additional days of work are missed each year by workers who have been diagnosed with depression. This is costing an estimated $23 billion in lost productivity each year for employers! That is
The Kim Foundation would like to wish you and your family a happy and safe 4th of July. Enjoy the fireworks and great weather!