Agnes McKeen does not remember the first four months after her 16 year old son Harrison took his own life in 2015. She was overcome by grief and shock. She describes Harrison as "a beautiful and gentle soul" who "just couldn't hold on anymore." This overwhelming loss has moved her to seek out community partners to sponsor discussions about suicide prevention in an attempt to replace isolation with connection. She has put her love for Harrison to work on behalf of other young people who feel hopeless so that they do not become one of the 45,000 Americans who take their own lives every year.


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