NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE | DIAL or TEXT 988
At www.spbhrotary.org, our vision is to create a community where mental health is a top priority and individuals can access the resources they need to achieve optimal well-being.
We take a holistic approach to mental health, addressing not only the symptoms of mental illness but also the underlying causes and contributing factors.
Over the years, we have accomplished many important milestones in our mission to support mental health, including expanding our services and increasing accessibility to mental health resources.
Our Rotary club name is the
“Suicide Prevention and Brain Health Rotary eClub.”
At www.spbhrotary.org, our mission is to provide education and resources to support mental health and wellness in our community.
Our purpose or “CAUSE” is to promote
Collaboration, Advocacy and Awareness, Understanding, Support, Elimination of stigma, Education and Encouragement surrounding suicide prevention, postvention*, brain/mental health and wellness in all forms, starting locally where our members live with plans to expand and grow exponentially across the nation and eventually the world.
(*Postvention refers to support for survivors of suicide loss.)
We are a CAUSE based Rotary eClub that meets virtually at 7pm CST on the 2nd, 4th & 5th Monday of each month using Zoom.
Therefore, membership is not limited by geographic boundaries. Our Monday meetings and programs will be conducted in English, although additional programs in the future on other dates and times may be offered in other languages. Traditional Rotary clubs formed in past years were geographically and community based.
We understand that our members have tremendously busy schedules and commitments which is why we DO NOT require members to attend any specific number of meetings. We will record programs whenever possible for later viewing.
If a member is not able to attend, the member can choose to
send someone as a proxy attendee. Please notify a club officer so that we can recognize your proxy attendee and make them feel welcome. We will communicate and encourage input using email and other digital means when members are unable to attend.