The goal of the Brown County Coalition for Suicide Prevention is to promote awareness of suicide as a serious and preventable public health problem. By providing education, we aim to decrease the stigma associated with mental health and suicide.

The Brown County Coalition for Suicide Prevention was formed in 2006 in response to the alarming number of deaths by suicide in Brown County.

This dedicated group of survivors, professionals, and advocates in our community has since grown to more than 50 members and meets on a monthly basis.

Our group engages in suicide prevention strategies through grassroots efforts, which include suicide prevention training utilizing evidence-based programs like Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR); Signs of Suicide (SOS), HOPE Squad, and Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors (LOSS) Team.

Together, we are working towards the prevention of all suicides in Brown County and calling on the community at large to educate themselves about the warning signs of suicide and how they can help save a life.

Education, Prevention & Stigma Reduction Initiatives

Trained in SUICIDE PREVENTIOn

LOSS TEAM

Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors. Reaching Survivors within hours of their loss offering support through resources to help navigate this new normal.

HOPE SQUAD

Empowering students in local middle- and high schools to support their peers and reduce youth suicide and self-harm through positive action.

QPR

Question, Persuade, Refer. Evidence-based community training available at no cost to community groups, businesses and churches. Contact us to learn more about hosting a training.

SUICIDE LOSS SUPPORT GROUP

Meets every 3rd Monday of the month. Led by survivors, for survivors as we journey through the stages of grief. Connect with others and learn more about resources available to you.

Get Help.

If you are or someone you know may contemplating suicide,

please reach out to one of the resources listed below:

Crisis Center: (920) 436-8888

Lifeline Chat: (800) 273-8255

Text HOPELINE to 741741

Be The Light Walk

Annual suicide prevention walk in Northeast Wisconsin. Over 2000 participants attended in 2021.  Learn more

Get in Touch. Get Involved.

To learn more about the Brown County Coalition for Suicide Prevention or be added to our distribution list for upcoming events and meetings, use the form below. We’ll be in touch!

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