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Whether you’re a passionate individual or represent an organization, there are training, volunteering and sponsorship opportunities available to support suicide prevention in our community.

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Training opportunities

In-person training

Omaha-area suicide prevention trainings are offered throughout the year by Region 6 Behavioral Healthcare. Check out the the organization’s events page for more information.

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Virtual training

Explore our non-exhaustive list of virtual and/or asynchronous prevention and early intervention training recommendations for educators, parents and caregivers, health care professionals, mental health professionals and anyone interested in learning more.


Passionate about mental health advocacy and suicide prevention? The Kim Foundation’s volunteering opportunities accommodate a range of skills and time commitments. 

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You may also be interested in joining the Metro Area Suicide Prevention Coalition.

Service industry partners

Oftentimes a bartender, server or stylist can be a confidant and listener for someone going through a difficult time. That’s why The Kim Foundation partners with service industry businesses to educate employees and patrons about how to “Be There” for people who may be at risk for suicide. Contact us to request campaign assets for your business.

Request assets

Chalk It Up for More Tomorrows

Each September during Suicide Prevention Week, The Kim Foundation encourages our community to “Chalk It Up for More Tomorrows” with messages of hope throughout the Omaha metro. Individuals and groups can submit photos of their artwork for a chance to win prizes and be featured on our website and social media. 

Learn more

Corporate and community partners

Our partners are a crucial part of our efforts to increase awareness around mental health and suicide prevention in Nebraska. Your support helps us engage the community and distribute suicide prevention materials. 

Become a partner

Thank you to our More Tomorrows partners