Kevin Hines
Kevin has reached millions with his story of his attempt to die by jumping off of the Golden Gate Bridge when he was 19 years old. He is the only survivor of this specific instance who is spreading the message of living mentally healthy. Kevin's memoir, Cracked Not Broken, The Kevin Hines Story will be released in 2013.
The 2012 Eli Lilly Lifetime Acheivemnt Award Winner and 2009 SAMHSA VOICE Award recepient, Kevin cares deeply about suicide prevention and loves life to it's fullest.
Gen. Mark Graham (Ret.) & Carol Graham

The Grahams two sons lost their lives fighting different battles. Kevin was a U of Kentucky Senior Army ROTC scholarship cadet when he lost his fight to suicide in June of 2003. Jeffery-- a lieutenant in the US Army-- was killed warning his platoon of an IED while leading a patrol in Iraq in 2004.

Since, the Grahams have become advocates for suicide prevention.
 Major General Mark Graham has said that  "As an Army and as a Nation, we must get in front of suicide, work to prevent it by action, not just figure it out after the fact."

Dr. Dan Reidenberg
Dr. Daniel J. Reidenberg is currently the Executive Director of SAVE (Suicide Awareness Voices of Education), a national non-profit agency working to prevent suicide and help suicide survivors and those suffering with depression. 
Dr. Reidenberg has been interviewed by the media on various topics including: children, adolescents, mental and chemical health issues, suicide, parenting and child maltreatment issues, custody, and prostitution.  He is the author of Sports Talk, a book chapter for professionals on helping clients with communication issues. 
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