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About Community for Hope

Mission Statement

We are community members united for the purpose of cyalis levitra sales viagra promoting and supporting mental wellness and building awareness about suicide prevention, intervention and response, as well as grief support for surviving family members and friends.

Community for Hope Meetings (2014)

Jan 9 Mar 13 May 8 July 10 Sept 11 Nov 13 (6:30-8:00pm)
Feb 13  Apr 10  June 12  Aug 14  Oct 9 Dec 11

Community for Hope holds a monthly general board meeting open to the public and our community partners, from 8:00-9:00 am, on the second Thursday of every month, in the main-level conference room at our office: Hooper Community Center, 36 Broad Street, Oshkosh. (No daytime meeting in November. Open House, 6:30-8:00pm, is in place of the affiliate generic viagra monthly meeting.)

Anyone interested in working on viagra ceapest prices suicide prevention initiatives in our community is welcome to join us.



Sponsoring YELLOW RIBBON, a program that teaches students that "it's okay to ask for help" and trains teachers, administrators, counselors, and support staff how to respond to genic viagra from india children in crisis.

Supporting the state DPI's Signs of Suicide prevention and intervention ACT (Acknowledge, Care, Tell) program for students, teachers, and staff.

Creating and viagra online fake providing age appropriate school folders for students in grades 1 - 12 to help them understand the warning signs of suicide and to know what to do in order to seek help.

Supporting and providing speakers for businesses, civic organizations, clubs, and churches to raise suicide awareness.

Providing community-based suicide prevention training using the nationally known method, QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer).

If you're interested in getting trained in QPR, contact Doug Bisbee, Executive Director.


Collaborating with school administrators, teachers, counselors and social workers to support suicide prevention, intervention and response efforts in the school system.


Sponsoring and facilitating a S.O.S. (Survivors of Suicide), which is a grief support group of and for family, friends, classmates and colleagues of those who have died by suicide.  A Teen S.O.S. Group also meets when needed.


Over 35 community members, including school administrators, therapists, religious leaders and viagra and cialis dosage concerned parents, are currently active in Community for Hope.

Board Members:

Executive Director: Doug Bisbee

Doug (MDiv, MAC, LPC), was an ELCA pastor for over 20 years.  He has training and experience in family systems counseling as well as loss and grief counseling. Presently, Doug is a counselor at Samaritan Counseling Center of viagra generic ordering good service the Fox Valley, which has offices in Menasha, Oshkosh, and New London. He is also a counselor at UW Fox Valley's Counseling Services. His training and certification include: Suicide Risk Assessment, Non-violent Crisis Intervention, CIP (Crisis Intervention Partner), Trauma-Informed Care, QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Suicide Gatekeeper Trainer, and School-Based Suicide Prevention (Department of Public Instruction).

President: Kevin Mundell

Vice President: Don Merz

Treasurer: Patti Ahrens

Secretary: Jenny Wesner

Other Board Members: Dr. Sue Szabo, Kim Lewis

Non-Profit Status

Community for Hope is an IRS-recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.