Kevin Hines

Kevin Hines to speak at free suicide prevention workshop

Kevin Hines will present a free suicide prevention workshop from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 30 at the Banks County High School auditorium, located at 1486 Historic Homer Highway, Homer. In 2000, Kevin attempted to take his life by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge. Many factors contributed...

Kevin Hines plans to speak to U.P. schools Thursday

MUNISING, Mich. (WLUC) - On Thursday an award-winning brain health advocate is visiting several U.P. schools. Kevin Hines will be visiting schools to discuss the importance of mental health. Hines attempted to take his own life at the golden gate bridge and is one of 34 to survive the fall. The group that will host the event is the Alger County Communities That Care. LMAS harm reduction Registered Nurse, Monica Eriksen said that mental health is important now more than ever.
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Chippewa Herald

Championing mental health: Motivational speaker Kevin Hines to speak at Chi-Hi Friday

Pain is inevitable, but how you choose to deal with that pain may define the rest of your life. Kevin Hines, a motivational speaker who specializes in mental health, will present his program on Friday at Chippewa Falls High School at 6 p.m. This free event will detail his brush with attempted suicide, how he overcame it and how others can improve their mental health as well. A book signing will be held following the event.

‘I need help now:’ Kevin Hines tells story of surviving jump off Golden Gate Bridge, method of avoiding future suicide attempts

Physically, Kevin Hines should have died over 20 years ago. Hines was two years into officially battling bipolar disease, and he says he felt compelled to end his life by suicide. So he jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge — and survived. Hines says his state of mind was “fractured” at that time, with hallucinations, paranoid delusions and manic highs followed by “dark depressions.”

Noted mental health advocate Kevin Hines to speak at Emporia State on Wednesday

The Emporia State Union Activities Council is hosting a presentation by best-selling author, filmmaker, and suicide prevention and mental health advocate Kevin Hines. At age 19, Hines was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Two years after his diagnosis, he attempted to take his own life by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge. Less than 1 percent have survived the fall and up to 19 percent of people diagnosed with bipolar disorder turn to suicide. Hines is looking to change that statistic.

Ozarks Healthcare Behavioral Health Center brings Mental Health Advocate Kevin Hines to West Plains, Event Free to Attend

WEST PLAINS, MO – To help raise awareness of suicide prevention and destigmatize mental health, the Ozarks Healthcare Behavioral Health Center (BHC) is bringing award-winning mental health and suicide prevention activist and speaker Kevin Hines to the West Plains Civic Center on Tuesday, March 22. In 2000, 19-year-old Hines...

Kevin Hines speaks at NDSU about suicide prevention

The Green Bandana Project and Kevin Hines speak about suicide and mental health awareness. On Tuesday, North Dakota State University (NDSU) hosted national figure in suicide awareness, Kevin Hines, and the presentation of the Green Bandana Project. Hines started off his presentation by speaking against suicide after his own attempt...

Kevin Hines shares his unlikely story of survival with Vail area audience

Editor’s note: This article discusses death by suicide and suicidal ideation, and some people might find it triggering. If you or someone you know is in crisis, please contact your physician, go to your local emergency room, call Eagle Valley Behavioral Health’s 24/7 crisis line at 970-306-4673 or Colorado Crisis Services at 844-493-8255 or text TALK to 38255.
Iowa State Daily

7th annual mental health expo will feature suicide survivor Kevin Hines

The 7th annual Mental Health Expo will be held virtually on Sept. 21 at Iowa State. This is the second year that the event will be held virtually. “Our keynote speaker will be live even though we are not in person,” Geri Derner, part of the Mental Health Expo’s organizing committee said. “We hope to return to the ISU MU Great Hall next year where we have hosted nearly 500 participants in past years.”