BuzzFeed - "I jumped from the Golden Gate Bridge and survived"
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BuzzFeed - "I jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge & survived"
Kevin is using his story to spread suicide prevention awareness with his film, Suicide: The Ripple Effect, found at suicidetherippleeffect.com.
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Suicide is taking our heroes
Suicide is taking our Heroes! 22 United States Veterans die everyday by Suicide! Also, in 2014, 273 active-duty personnel, 170 reserve members, including 91 National Guardsmen died by suicide. The numbers for 2015 and previous years are similar.
#TeamRippleWorld - Peter Johnston
When Australian filmmaker Peter Johnston lost his mum to suicide he found himself in an extremely dark place. In an attempt to live through the pain he decided to help himself heal by walking 950 km (560 miles) from Brisbane to Sydney, Australia for Suicide Prevention with two mates.
#TeamRippleWorld - Dayna and Mark Whitmer
Kevin is presented an amazing gift by Dayna and Mark Whitmer, whose 19 year old son Matthew died by suicide at the Golden Gate Bridge in 2007. Compounding their tragedy is the fact that Matthew's body, like many who jump, was never recovered.
#TeamRippleWorld - Brother George
Kevin Hines prays and sings with Brother George, a Franciscan Friar, who was the Chaplin at the hospital Kevin was taken to after his suicide attempt. Brother George also happened to be one of the leading suicide prevention advocates in San Francisco and was the first one to encourage Kevin to share his story to help others.