The Hope Corner

Celebrating One Year: A Year of Achievements and Impact for Black People Die By Suicide Too

Celebrating One Year: A Year of Achievements and Impact for Black People Die By Suicide Too

As we prepare to mark the one-year anniversary of Black People Die By Suicide Too (BPDBST), we reflect on a remarkable journey characterized by rapid visibility, growth, and vibrant community participation. This milestone represents not just a celebration of time, but a testament to our collective dedication towards suicide prevention, mental health awareness, and support […]

Voices Remembered: Phoenix Skye Maloney

Voices Remembered: Phoenix Skye Maloney

We are deeply saddened to share the loss of one of our supporter’s beloved son, Phoenix Skye Maloney. Phoenix was a vibrant soul, known for his humor, creativity, and unique spirit. As a student, he marched to the beat of his own drum, leaving an indelible mark on those around him. Phoenix was not only […]

Voices of Resilience: Honoring Black Peer Recovery Specialists for Black History Month

Voices of Resilience: Honoring Black Peer Recovery Specialists for Black History Month

During the celebration of Black History Month, we take this opportunity to shine a spotlight on the remarkable resilience and unwavering commitment of Black peer recovery specialists, peer counselors, and recovery coaches. These individuals embody the spirit of hope and understanding as they navigate the complexities of mental health and substance use challenges. In our […]

I DIDN’T SHOWER FOR WEEKS…A Story of Triumph

I DIDN’T SHOWER FOR WEEKS…A Story of Triumph

I DIDN’T SHOWER FOR WEEKS… I remember when I couldn’t drive, when I couldn’t work, when I couldn’t sleep by myself out of fear, when I couldn’t get out of bed, and when panic attacks plagued me from waking up to going to sleep. Anxiety and depression had taken control, consuming every aspect of my […]

Voices Remembered: Jager Dillon Hill

Voices Remembered: Jager Dillon Hill

Jager Dillon Hill was not someone you could meet and easily forget.

Voices Remembered: Honoring Flordan “Flo” Bazile

Voices Remembered: Honoring Flordan “Flo” Bazile

Flordan “Flo” Bazile, a UMass Dartmouth student, has tragically passed away in what authorities have described as an “apparent suicide,” as disclosed by the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office.

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If you are a family member or loved one of an individual featured on our platforms, and would like to provide additional information or corrections, please reach out to us via email at info@blackpeoplediebysuicidetoo.org. We are committed to honoring the wishes of the families and loved ones of those affected by suicide, and we will do our best to promptly address any concerns or requests regarding the content featured on our platforms.

We understand the sensitivity of this topic and strive to handle it with the utmost care and respect. Thank you for your understanding. Sending love and light to you.