Many times individuals contact us or enroll in AFM workshops because they have experienced loss by suicide. They are searching for a way to make a difference. AFM is a place where they can find healing and an outlet for helping others. Workshops are open to individuals from all walks of life, both civilian and veteran. Just as one would learn the skills of CPR so suicide intervention is a skill that anyone could learn. Those trained help strengthen the community for all people as:
- LOSS Team members
- Workshop facilitators
- Faith Community Liaisons
Dennis works diligently as AFM's Community Relations and Events Coordinator. He is a US Navy Submarine veteran who has a BA in Journalism from Xavier University. Throughout his career, Dennis has served as a national trainer for a federal agency along with working at various radio stations across the country. Contact Dennis.
Building Resilience through FUN and SERVICE ~ AFM Volunteers Making a Difference
Fun Gatherings with Veteran Family
National Day Out
Lee Greenwood Concert Sept 11, 2016
The Courageous Challenge takes the effort of many community volunteers working together. The 2016 Challenge was a huge success. The 2017 Challenge will take place the last Saturday in August!