Project Hoeppner is partnering with Inner Explorer to provide mindfulness tools to Vermont kids.
As we find ourselves further removed from Paul’s death, we realize that preventing teen suicide is more than identifying and addressing the crisis. It’s providing tools, teaching strategies and practicing habits that kids can access their whole lives. We see Inner Explorer as part of an overall strategy to prevent teen suicide.
If you are a school and want more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our goal is to sponsor events and happenings that promote opportunities for teens and their loved ones to connect. Any funds raised at these events will support future events and happenings designed for and by teens.
We screenprint T-shirts to promote genuine conversations, and use our story as a doorway to initiate those conversations.
"The Robb Nash Project is an award-winning initiative that engages young people through the power of music and storytelling to inspire hope and encourage positive life choices."
We are in contact with the Robb Nash Project in hopes of bringing them to Burlington.
Check back for more information.
Project Hoeppner has provided grief education support for local families who are survivors of teen suicide. Franne Nelson is a Sudden Death Trauma Specialist. She was with us days after Paul died and we found comfort in her visits.