If you or anyone you know is thinking of suicide call
1-800-273-TALK (8255)

For more information for Survivors or for Suicide Prevention resources and Support go to:

www.suicidepreventionlifelines.org

www.thetrevorproject.org

www.carsonjspencer.org​

www.thelink.org

​www.friendsforsurvival.org/

www.personalgriefcoach.net

www.save.org

​www.suicidology.org

​www.sprc.org

www.tspn.org

​www.jasonfoundation.com

www.jedfoundation.org

www.yellowribbon.org
www.pos-ffos.com

​www.afsp.org






Robin Hudson 
Tyler's Mom!

suicide warning signs

recent programs

QPR Training, Talk Saves Lives, It's Real, More Than Sad and other Suicide Awareness Programs available..

In order for us to continue our mission and to achieve our goals we need Donations and support.  As a 501.c.3 non-profit foundation, we use all funds in order to promote the understanding and need for suicide prevention and community awareness, attempted suicide recovery, and to fund the research into mental illness, causation, and its treatment.  A long-term goal is to open a facility to address these concerns and change the outcomes faced by the challenge of mental illness. 


Tyler Hudson Sonshine Foundation

Our founder

Robin Hudson - "Tyler's mom"

Help us put an end to Adolescent Suicide Everywhere!

volunteering

We are always looking for volunteers, friends of survivors, survivors and clinical experts to assist in our misssion.

mission & vision

To raise resources and in kind services to start a treatment facility focused on suicide prevention, treatment and care for the whole person and their families and support team.  

our leadership team

Dean Hudson
Tyler's Dad!

Donate to Our Cause!

  • ​Talking about suicide or death

  • Disinterest in favorite extracurricular activities and schoolwork

  • Declining grades in school

  • Problems at work and losing interest in a job

  • Substance abuse, including alcohol and drug (illegal and legal drugs) use

  • Taking unnecessary risk or portraying self-destructive  behaviors

  • Withdrawing from family and friends

  • A deepening depression

  • Changes in sleep and eating habits

  • Begins to neglect hygiene and other matters of personal appearance

  • Emotional distress brings on physical complaints (aches, fatigues, migraines)

  • Hard time concentrating and paying attention

  • Giving away prized possessions

  • Complains more frequently of boredom

  • Does not respond as before to praise