Connor’s Climb Foundation Hosts Annual 5K & Family Walk

Connor’s Climb Foundation is once again taking to the streets to help increase mental health and suicide prevention education and awareness by hosting their annual 5K & Family Walk. This race, held on September 26th during National Suicide Prevention Month, is an essential fundraiser for this non-profit to support their mission of providing suicide prevention education to the state of New Hampshire.

Connor’s Climb Foundation Participates in First National ‘Mental Health Action Day’

For Immediate Release May 6, 2021 Connor’s Climb Foundation Participates in First National ‘Mental Health Action Day’ to Drive People to Take a First Mental Health Action for Themselves or Others One year into COVID-19 and amidst a mental health crisis, Connor’s Climb Foundation, along with over 600 other organizations, are teaming up to plan […]

Painful Days Lead to a Moment to Celebrate for Families Affected by Suicide

After years of pressure from lawmakers, mental health organizations and families who have lost loved ones, schools in New Hampshire are now required to provide suicide prevention training to staff and create policies for responding to student suicides. “I know I speak for many people in saying it’s been a long time and at times a […]

New England High Schoolers Hit the Ice to #StickItToStigma

Less than two weeks ago, a pair of New England high school hockey teams played a game with playoff implications. However, something greater was on the minds of the players that night at the Dover Ice Arena in Dover, N.H., as the two teams skated in support of Stick it to Stigma, a campaign started […]

The Role of Schools In Suicide Prevention

NHPR’s The Exchange speaks with Candice Porter and other experts on the passage of SB282 – now a law requiring schools to provide annual suicide prevention education to students and staff.

Connor’s Climb Fighting to Save Lives

SEACOAST ONLINE talks about how Connor’s Climb started with a 5K but has gone on to do extensive work in suicide prevention throughout NH since its inception in 2013. READ THE FULL STORY