Since 2018 the Wookie Style Tattoos Suicide Awareness Fundraiser has been an amazing day of hope and healing for those affected by suicide.  Each year we will continue our mission to raise suicide awareness, remove the stigma associated with mental wellness, and reinforce compassion and support for individuals and families that are still struggling. 

Mental Health Matters, YOU Matter, and You Are Not Alone!

HELP AND RESOURCES

Crisis Safety Plan - helps you write down actions to take and people to contact to maintain some degree of control over your life, even when it feels like everything is out of control.  - Link

* ​Cash and credit card donations can be made in person, at the shop, all month long,

NO OTHER PURCHASES REQUIRED *

$50 FLASH TATTOOS 

* ​raffle items will be listed on social media *

Follow for the latest updates

Facebook: @Wookie Style Tattoos and Instagram: @wookiestyle

Our "Remembering Wall" is up during the entire month of September! 

Bring in a pic of your loved ones lost to suicide and help us dispel the stigma and celebrate their memory!

You Matter - is a safe space for youth to discuss and share stories about mental health and wellness, created and administered by the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline. You Matter blog posts are written by a rotating Blogger Council of individuals between the ages of 13-24 that are passionate about suicide prevention and mental health.


The Lifeline for Attempt Survivors is for those who have attempted suicide and their loved ones. The site houses stories from attempt survivors who have made it through their darkest hour. Some of these stories and resources are for families, friends, and clinicians who want to support people who are feeling suicidal and/or suicide attempt survivors.


Zero Suicide - The foundational belief of Zero Suicide is that suicide deaths for individuals under care within health and behavioral health systems are preventable. Zero Suicide requires a system-wide approach to improve outcomes and close gaps.


Strength After - created by the Lifeline's subnetwork, the Disaster Distress Helpline, Strength After's mission is to provide a hub to share stories of hope and recovery encompassing all types of natural and human-caused disaster, and serve as a resource for other survivors and responders that may be trying to cope and move forward themselves.

MORE LINKS FROM988LIFELINE.ORG