Hope Xchange


Hope Xchange is dedicated to preventing suicide and improving mental health outcomes in our most vulnerable and high-risk populations: youth, LGBTQA+ and bipolar communities.

Their innovative, early intervention programs reach those who are struggling with a mental illness wherever and whenever they need us most. They connect in a nonjudgmental and caring manner, strengthening and empowering by renewing life purpose and restoring hope.


While highly functioning, Hope Xchange's key executive staff and mentoring team have been diagnosed with a mental illness, so they truly get it. Each and every one of us deserves someone who cares and no one should ever feel like they have to go through life alone. Hope Xchange brings back love, laughter and light into the lives of those struggling to not only hold onto hope, but to life itself.


Anchored by a volunteer executive team, strategic advisors, peer mentors, mental health advocates and interns (all of whom care very deeply about community and mental wellness) the Hope Xchange family is very active in mental health and suicide prevention advocacy.


Visit them at: http://www.hopexchangenonprofit.org/

As a company, we recognize the wholly unmet medical need and suffering that patients and their loved ones can

go through when experiencing ASIB as part of their bipolar depression.


These organizations are working tirelessly every day to build awareness and resources for those in need. We applaud their efforts and draw inspiration from them.


The International Bipolar Foundation


The mission of International Bipolar Foundation is to improve understanding and treatment of bipolar disorder through research; to promote care and support resources for individuals and caregivers; and to erase stigma through education.


Formerly known as California Bipolar Foundation, was founded in June 2007 in San Diego, California by four parents with children affected by bipolar disorder. Well aware of the trauma that bipolar disorder causes for consumers and their families, these parents felt compelled to do something constructive to help.


Visit them at: http://ibpf.org/

The JED Foundation


The Jed Foundation's mission is to protect emotional health and prevent suicide among college and university students. To achieve this end, the organization collaborates with the public and leaders in higher education, mental health, and research to produce and advance initiatives that:


  • Promote awareness and understanding that emotional well-being is achievable, mental illness is treatable and suicide is preventable
  • Increase knowledge of the warning signs of suicide & emotional distress
  • Foster help-seeking so that those who need supportive services reach out to secure them, or are referred to services by a peer
  • Build and strengthen resilience, coping skills and connectedness among young adults, their peers, families and communities
  • Facilitate adoption of a comprehensive, community-based approach to promote emotional health and protect at-risk students on campus
  • Raise the importance of mental health services, policies and programs in the college selection process of students and parents


Visit them at: https://www.jedfoundation.org/

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention


AFSP has chapters in ALL 50 states.


To fully achieve its mission, AFSP engages in the following Five Core Strategies:


  • Fund scientific research
  • Offer educational programs for professionals
  • Educate the public about mood disorders and suicide prevention
  • Promote policies and legislation that impact suicide and prevention
  • Provide programs and resources for survivors of suicide loss and people at risk, and involve them in the work of the Foundation


Visit them at: http://afsp.org

These organizations are not affiliated with NeuroRx, Inc.,
nor do they endorse our treatments.

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