Working Together to Prevent Suicide
We envision a society in which fewer people die by suicide. To accomplish this vision, we collaborate with and leverage the strengths of many organizations and individuals to increase our impact, as suicide prevention cannot happen in a vacuum.
There are a number of organizations leading the charge for suicide prevention nationally. These organizations conduct research, promote public policy, build awareness, develop capacity, and provide community support. The relationships we have with the organizations below influence our own policies and best practices.
Suicide prevention efforts globally, nationally, and locally require collaboration between accrediting bodies, regional coalitions, and crisis centers. We’re proud to be a member of the following organizations.
U.S. Samaritans Locations
There are many different Samaritans offices all over the world. While we are run independently and not affiliated with the other offices, we do share a common mission of befriending those in need. There are seven U.S. locations of Samaritans, including our Boston location. The others are listed below.
We are proud to be one of many nonprofits who are working hard to improve lives for people across the state and country. In particular, the organizations listed below are nonprofits that we have established excellent working relationships with and whose missions align with our own.
Because of the generosity of organizations like the ones listed below, our mission and messaging is amplified across Massachusetts. From sponsored billboard space to digital signs in train stations, thousands of people across the Commonwealth learn more about our programming and events from partners who help build awareness.
Partner with Samaritans
Interested in furthering the mission of suicide prevention? We want to hear from you! If your organization has a related mission like caring for the elderly or substance use disorders, let’s find a way to align our programs to support our communities! Email our Chief Executive Officer, Kathy Marchi, about your vision!