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Targeting the Root of Teen Suicide and Removing the Stigma Surrounding Mental Health

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Diane Egbers is the founder of Grant Us Hope and Grant Egber’s mom.  This personal loss has been a difficult journey but one full of learning as she has become more familiar with mental health issues among young adults and the impact they have on our health and school systems.  Diane has experience speaking locally and nationally on Executive and Leadership topics and now she finds herself addressing a most personal topic, but one she is deeply passionate and committed to. 


   our mission

To reduce youth suicide and promote mental health through collaborative, evidence-based initiatives.

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Grant Us Hope is a change agent for teen suicide prevention in the Greater Cincinnati region. We are passionate about providing a platform for teens, parents, and families to engage in pro-mental health conversations, activities, and solutions, and we’re committed to expanding the availability, reach, and impact of mental health services for teens in distress.

    our vision

Saving Young Lives, Together.

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Grant Us Hope works to prevent suicide by EDUCATING, ENGAGING, and EMPOWERING young people to accelerate capacity around mental health and suicide prevention, ultimately changing the culture of schools.

help Save Young Lives Together.

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