We're in it for Life™

Our goal is to promote mental health,
prevent suicide, and create a message
of hope for young adults.

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Join the Movement!

1 in 10 college students contemplates suicide.
Be one of the nine to help some ONE!

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We’re All On The Same Team

Our 2019 Annual Report tells the story
of our game plan.

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Checkin’ In With College
Students

A fresh approach to student mental health.

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Help Us Save Lives

There are many ways to give.

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Preparing High School
Students 4 What's Next

A future-focused high school program

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Connecting People With Hope.

One Pledge. One Person.
One Carabiner at a Time.

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Jordan Porco Foundation

The Jordan Porco Foundation’s mission is to prevent suicide, promote mental health, and create a message of hope for young adults. We provide engaging and uplifting programming emphasizing peer-to-peer messaging promoting help seeking behavior, self-care, and coping skills. Our programs challenge stigma by talking openly about mental health, and educating about the risk factors and warning signs of suicide and other related mental health concerns.

1 Donate

2 Raise Awareness

3 Prevent Suicide

We’re in it for life. Are you?

In It For Life

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Our Primary Programs

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One in ten college students contemplates suicide. That leaves nine, given the resources, to help the one.

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We work closely with colleges to plan and fund Fresh Check Day in an effort to bring awareness to mental health resources and coping strategies on college campuses.

4 What’s Next is a primary prevention program that builds psychological resiliency in high school students by giving them the tools to handle stress and distress now and in their future.

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Suicide Can Be Prevented

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