A message of hope from Pastor Shumpert

Ohio Senate honors LCBMH
July 6, 2018
A new session of Mental Health First Aid is open!
August 24, 2018
Show all

A message of hope from Pastor Shumpert

“Two days ago, I stood right here and presided over the funeral of a young man in our community who died by suicide. It was one of the hardest things I ever had to do. I am reaching out to you now, asking for your help, so that I never have to do that again.”

Pastor Darrell Shumpert provides a message of hope, sharing advice and resources to support each other as the Lorain County, Ohio, community grieves the loss of a young person to suicide.

Find the resources he mentions here:


Lorain County 24/7 Mental Health Crisis Hotline: 1-800-888-6161

Non-emergency Navigator (regular business hours): 440-240-7025

Crisis Text Line: text 4hope to 741741 (also available on Facebook)

Requests for training and education on suicide prevention: [email protected] or visit the training page to register for an upcoming event: lcbmh.eventbrite.com

App for youth to practice talking about mental health: Friend2Friend Interactive App


Related article: How to help each other stay alive and well

Comments are closed.