“I am seventeen and turning 18 this May. I have gotten into my top choice college and have gathered enough scholarships and financial aid to help me…

“I am seventeen and turning 18 this May. I have gotten into my top choice college and have gathered enough scholarships and financial aid to help me pay for it without my parents’ help. However, my mother had thrown away all my acceptance letters when she found out. I have been only able to save some. I have been also depressed for a year now, and the fights between my family and I are making me want to resort to self-harm. I want to run away and seek a safe shelter. I feel like if I stay here, I will start resorting to self-harm and I won’t get to have a college education. Is there any place or anyone that could help me?

– Forum post on April 3, 2018

Without our generous donors, NRS could not ensure that frontline team members are ready to respond to youth 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  NRS is here to listen, here to help. Thank you to our March Donors for their support of critical services:

Anonymous

ABBVIE Employee

Maureen Blaha and Joe Morris in memory of Barbara Kingma

Phillip Brooks

Cindy and Sammie Carter

Combined Federal Campaign donors

David C and Michelle R Lommel

Facebook donors

Morris Floyd and Alejandro Herrera

John and Katena Markus

Bill Kirk in honor of Morris Floyd

Craig Kullman

Rich Malone

James R Pinaglia in honor of Emily Madsen’s Birthday

Joyce and Jonathan Sapir in memory of Barbara Kingma

J. Smith

William Blair & Company, LLC Foundation in honor of Randy Randall

 

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