News & Updates
Here you’ll find the occasional updates, news features, guest author pieces, and other information about all that’s important to Six Feet Over!
Every quarter, the Rochester Hills-based group 100 Faithful Friends votes on a local nonprofit to support. This quarter, the group selected Six Feet Over.
All you have to do is enroll in Kroger Community Rewards, select Six Feet Over as your preferred organization, and voilà!
Get to know our newest board members, Ian Boyle, Leela Chandrasekar, and Lisa Klein.
In the wake of several celebrity suicides, TV station WXYZ sat down with Six Feet Over President Katie Hardy to discuss Katie’s experience losing her mother and the mission of SFO.
A few months back I had the chance to chat with Thomas Brown from Inner Monologue, and had such a great time! We talked about everything from music to children, suicide prevention to my coffee habit, and all things in between.
Six Feet Over's President and Vice President, Katie Hardy and Amelia Lehto, alongside friend of the organization Dese'rae L. Stage, presented at the Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference in Phoenix, AZ this year. Presenting on the importance and using...
Six Feet Over's program, Suck It! Suicide, and its annual Comedy Showcase Fundraiser, was featured on MLive.org. Check it out below! http://www.mlive.com/news/detroit/index.ssf/2016/04/life_after_suicide_group_helps.html
Six Feet Over's program, Suck It! Suicide, and its annual Comedy Showcase Fundraiser, was featured on MichiganRadio.org. Check it out below! http://michiganradio.org/post/suck-it-suicide-event-brings-comedy-coping
“Our goals are to help… so suicides are reduced, stigma is shattered and healing and communities are priorities.”
"Our goals are to help... so suicides are reduced, stigma is shattered and healing and communities are priorities.” Check out the Six Feet Over feature by The Oakland Press: http://www.theoaklandpress.com/article/OP/20151217/NEWS/151219646
We are a non-profit organization servicing the great state of Michigan. We work to strengthen our community by spreading awareness and educating others about mental illness and suicide prevention, supporting and advocating on behalf of those in need, and connecting them with resources.