Kacie was kind and considerate. She was generous. She was affectionate and greeted everyone with a hug. She loved to laugh and be goofy. She had a family that she loved and loved her. She had lots of friends. She is deeply missed…..
The Kacie Project was born out of The Bristol County Regional Coaltion for Suicide Prevention (BCRCSP). Early on in my loss I was able to utilize the grief support services that are offered by the coalition. It was at The Kitchen Table Conversation for Suicide Loss Survivors where I met many others that had lost a loved one to suicide. I found it very helpful to be able to speak with others who knew exactly what I was going through. It was through this continuing healing process that I started to volunteer my time to suicide prevention.
2. Help to support other suicide prevention programs and organizations that we believe can make a difference
3. Help support other suicide loss survivors and suicide attempt survivors
Request a workshop or training for your school or organization Request a set of social emotional wellness series of children’s books Attend a workshop Support/attend the “Light the Way Suicide Prevention Walk” and/or “Light the Way Motorcycle Run” Check out the attached resources page