In Crisis, Call 1-800-836-6010

Suicide Prevention in Westmoreland County PA

OR

Call or Text 988

National Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

If you are in crisis or know someone in crisis - GET HELP

 

Veteran Cornhole Tournament

Saturday June 8th, 2024

Ray of Hope’s Veteran Committee presents the Veteran Cornhole Tournament – Veterans Connecting with Veterans Saturday June 8th at the Jeannette American Legion.  Veterans, Service Members, and their Family & Friends are all welcome.  Cash Prizes, Giveaways, Free BBQ Lunch, Resource Tables, and more!  One member of your team MUST be a Veteran.  PRE-REGISTRATION ONLY Registration check-in opens at 12:00 PM and the tournament will begin at 1:00 PM.  For more information, please contact Lisa at egoldberg@mhaswpa.org. Eventbrite Pre-registration link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/veteran-cornhole-tournament-tickets-861090804777

 

Ray of Hope’s 18th Annual Walk

Saturday, September 7th, 2024

REGISTRATION INFORMATION COMING SOON!

The 18th Annual Ray of Hope Walk will take place on Saturday September 7th, 2024 at Twin Lakes Park Pavilion 7!  This year’s theme is “Hope Anchors the Soul”.  Mark your calendars – we can’t wait to see you there! See the Annual Walk tab for details.

Eventbrite Registration: LINK COMING SOON – PLEASE CHECK BACK

If You are in Crisis or Know Someone who is…

Need Help?  Call the Crisis Intervention Hotline at 1-800-836-6010.  Help is available 24 hours/day, 365 days/year.  You’ll be connected with a trained counselor ready to assist you with issues of suicide, depression, and personal crisis.  Call 1-800-836-6010 now!

Ray of Hope Suicide Awareness and Prevention Task Force

Ray of Hope is Westmoreland County’s Suicide Awareness and Prevention Task Force.  We believe suicide is preventable and that suicide prevention works.

Ray of Hope offers:

 Learn about our mission and more on the About Ray of Hope page.

Suicide Survivors Support

If you have lost someone to suicide, the support of your community and of other survivors is available for you. Anger, guilt, confusion, and forgetfulness are common responses to the loss of a loved one, and suicide can add its own unfortunate stigma.  Don’t mourn alone; get the help you need to cope.

Visit our Survivors Support page to learn more.

Donate Today

Checks should be made payable to "MHA-RoH" and mailed to:

Ray of Hope
c/o Mental Health America of Southwestern PA
409 Coulter Avenue
Greensburg, PA 15601