Welcome to ASK.LISTEN.SAVE! We are a student organization dedicated to tackling the issue of suicide in the United States. As advocates for suicide prevention, we work to foster awareness of this issue in ASU classrooms and in the community. Our primary focus of the year is the annual Out of the Darkness Walk that aims to fundraise for suicide prevention research and education. If you are interested in planning the Out of the Darkness Walk, forming a team for the walk, donating to the cause or volunteering on event day, please contact us! We would love to work with you!
The 2018 ASU Out of the Darkness Campus Walk will be held on April 14, 2018. To assist with the planning of this event, Ask.Listen.Save has created the ASU Out of the Darkness Campus Walk Committee.
Spring 2018 Committee Meetings:
2018 ASU Out of the Darkness Campus Walk - April 14, 2018 from 9 - 12pm on Hayden Lawn. Register today at https://goo.gl/XWTMsp.
ASK.LISTEN.SAVE. is an organization dedicated to building awareness for the issue of suicide in the United States. With the aid of ASU health entities such as ASU Wellness, ASU Counseling Services and ASU Health Services, ASK.LISTEN.SAVE. works to fundraise and advocate for suicide prevention research. ASK.LISTEN.SAVE. also collaborates with the AFSP (American Foundation for Suicide Prevention) to provide suicide education, offer support to individuals affected by suicide, and raise money for suicide prevention research.
The mission statement of our organization is: We aim to teach the student body how to ASK fellow students that are showing the symptoms of depression and/or experiencing suicidal thoughts if they are okay, LISTEN to what they have to say, and, if needed, serve as a student bridge to the Arizona State University Counseling Services to help SAVE a life.
Usually President, sometimes Director/Chair, etc.
Usually Vice President, sometimes Secretary/Treasurer, etc.
Usually Secretary, sometimes Recruitment chair, etc.
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Assistant Vice President/Director, ASU Counseling
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