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Need Someone to Talk To? Call 800-273-8255 (TALK) 24/7/365 or dial 988

Raise Your Helping Hand

We are a non-profit organization, we are looking forward to a peaceful world by encouraging individuals to join hands together to bring a better future for all children and loved ones.

COVID-19 Advisory

For the safety of everyone, visits are by appointment only. Masks are mandatory. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation

2021 Impact


Clients Served: 14,260

83% of our clients are from low-income families and those who are not in the low-
income bracket, make up the remaining 17%. Not many referrals from local agencies because of the pandemic during 2020. In the past year, 1% of our clients were under the age of 5. 61% were between the age of 5 to 19. 8.7% were between the age of 20 to 54 and 29.3% were over the age of 55. 42.5% of our clients are Caucasian, 7.0% are African American, 37.8% are Hispanic or Latino and 12.7% are of other ethnic groups. Approximately 54.5% of our clients are female and 45.5% are male.

Our Mission

Precious Life Suicide Prevention’s mission is to decrease suicide, drugs and violence among our youth; by raising public awareness through education and making available to the community; programs designed to identify and to prevent harm to our youth at risk.  Our goal is to empower parents, schools and the community to be able to prevent suicide by recognizing the signs and behaviors of suicidal tendencies.

How You Can Help

Send Donation

Giving online has never been more secure, convenient or hassle-free with our one-click donation. We also do accept standard cash and check donations

Become a Volunteer

You can get involved today by becoming a Volunteer. Sign up and you will be joining a group of change-makers, a network strong enough to impact positive change in the lives of children and teens.

Give Scholarship

Your gift will help equip children in need with necessary resources, training and education while offering the promise of a brighter future. You can make a difference today by signing up.

What People Are Saying

My daughter has changed and it’s a good sight to behold. She was really depressed, but now has a new perspective on life.

Brian S.

I’ve been so frustrated and tired of being alone during this pandemic. I didn’t know who to turn to or talk to about my depression until a friend gave me a card with a big red heart that said ‘Someone Does Care’! This couldn’t had come at a better time. I appreciate this agency for the hope they have given me.

Stacey M.

No one prepared me for the loss of my father. I couldn’t talk to family because everyone was hurting. I spoke with Nancy and she related to me in such a way that I felt as if I could see the sun….finally! This agency is such a wonderful gift to the community and I would recommend Precious Life to everyone who are in need of connecting with people who care.

Healing Lonely Heart

This agency is a godsend. I appreciate what they do for our community, especially with our children.

Victoria W.

I’ve been dealing with depression for a while. Seen many counselors and taken so many pills. Precious Life has given me the support I needed to deal with my episodes. So grateful I found them.

Mark Y.

I was in a very dark place with my depression. I literally locked myself in my home and shut out the world. It wasn’t until I saw a flyer which read ‘Day of Hope’ that I finally decided to reach out to the people at Precious Life. They helped me turn things around. I’m still transitioning and coping with my depression, but they have given me hope with their life skills to live by. I can’t thank them enough.

J. Hernandez

News

Recent Articles

What is it like to survive a suicide attempt?

Survivors tell us what went through their minds in what they expected to be their final moments — and what it’s like to return to a life they tried to end. “I thought that my kids would be better off without me.” THE FIRST TIME Nancy Nettles tried to kill herself was on her 31st birthday.…

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Hurt People Hurt People

When people get hurt in relationship and do not receive healing from the wounds, they have a logical and defensible tendency to become protective against more pain. A wound that does not receive attention remains sensitive; a person becomes wary of being relationally “cut” again. The younger one is when unattended hurt begins, the more…

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With the aim of helping as many people as possible, we always lack enthusiastic volunteers. Please contact us for more info.

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Need Someone to Talk To? Call 800-273-8255 (TALK) 24/7/365