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Welcome to Community For Hope

2700 W. 9th Avenue, Suite 100

Oshkosh, WI  54904

920-230-4840

Non-profit organization promoting suicide prevention,

intervention, and grief support.

Our group was established in 2001, in response to a growing number of teen suicides in Oshkosh and the clear need for action to stem this alarming trend. While our initial focus was on teen suicide, our current focus includes all age groups.  We are a completely volunteer-based organization, and welcome and appreciate the help of any person or group who wishes to support our efforts. Please click on the links above to learn more. Also, join us on Facebook for daily and weekly updates!!


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NUMBERS TO CALL FOR IMMEDIATE HELP

Winnebago County Human Services Crisis Intervention/Help Line:  (920) 233-7707  or  (920) 722-7707

Emergency: 911

National Crisis Line:  1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)

Hope Line Network:  800-273-TALK [8255]   (Veterans, Press 1)

TTY:  800-799-4TTY [4889]

Español:  888-628-9454

5K Walk/Run for Mental Health and Suicide Awareness


May 6, 2017

Oshkosh North High School Gym
1100 W. Smith Ave.
Oshkosh, WI 54901

 

Schedule of Events

7:30 AM - Registration & Check In
8:30 AM - Presentation
9:30 AM - 5K will begin promptly

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Please Note:

  • All participants registering on the day of the event will be required to provide valid photo ID and sign waiver of liability.
  • All minors are required to have their legal parent/guardian sign waiver for them.
  • This is a fundraiser, no refunds for the event.
  • The event will go on rain, snow or sunshine.
  • No Pets, Skateboards or Bikes allowed.

 

Proceeds from the Oshkosh 5K for Mental Health and Suicide Awareness, will go toward supporting Community for Hope and NAMI Oshkosh programs, education/classes and advocacy in Oshkosh. NAMI supports all community members with an emphasis on individuals living with mental illness, their family members and friends, including those who are survivors of suicide loss and suicide attempt survivors. Community for Hope’s ongoing mission is to promote suicide prevention, intervention and provide grief support for those touched by suicide.

For more information please contact us at 920.230.4840 or email at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Our mission is to raise awareness about depression, mental illness and suicide in the Winnebago County and Fox Valley area, which will in turn spread awareness throughout Wisconsin and the US.