Sullivan County Experience
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Welcome to the Out of the Darkness
Location: Thomas Bull Memorial Park
Time:* 9-10: A-F, 10-11: G-O, 11-12: P-Z
*Once registered, you will receive a confirmed time for your experience.
For more information, please contact:
Contact Name: Maria Idoni
Contact Phone: 914-610-9156
Contact Email: email@example.com
Registration is free and open to the public. Donations are accepted until December 31st.
Get Registered SO YOU CAN VIEW the 2020 Virtual Walk: Having trouble registering? Click here to view a step-by-step guide. Refer to page 1 if you’re registering yourself, page 5 if you’re registering someone else through your own account, or page 8 if you’re signing up in person on the day of the event. Be sure to also check out some of the Frequently Asked Questions on page 10.
If you’ve already registered and would like to either create a new team or join an existing one, log into your AFSP account and click on the “change team membership” option on the right hand side of your dashboard tab (on mobile you’ll need to click “dashboard” first).
This event will include:
Honor Bead Ceremony
2020 Remembrance Video (Request and dedicate a song for your loved one:
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Please help promote the event through your social media outlets! #OutoftheDarkness
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Losing someone to suicide or struggling with a mental illness can feel like no one understands what you are going through. Unlike other illnesses, it is difficult to look at someone and know their connection. There is an honor bead for everyone, whether you have lost a loved one, struggle personally, support a friend and/or family member, or all of the above. Learn more by watching our honor bead video.
The Out of the Darkness Experience is a journey of remembrance, hope, and support. It unites our communities and provides an opportunity to acknowledge the ways in which suicide and mental illness have affected our lives and the lives of those we love and care about.
If you're looking for resources, please visit www.afsp.org/resources.