Break the silence. Fight the stigma. End the war.
The Suicide Rebellion
A foundation in memory of Garret Sinagra
THE SUICIDE REBELLION is a nonprofit organization which aims to raise money to fund new, innovative research to treat those with severe depression and suicidal tendencies for whom current available therapies pose no relief. It is our hope that one day every individual can live a life free of depression and silent mental anguish.
We Are The Rebellion
take a stand against depression and suicide
The Suicide Rebellion is a memorial foundation in honor of the lead singer of The Whiskey Rebellion, Garret Sinagra, who lost his life to suicide in the early morning hours of July 16th, 2015
Break The Silence
End The Struggle
The research we have supported thus far in the Pittsburgh area is innovative and unlike any done in the past. Donations made to The Suicide Rebellion directly benefit the reseach of University of Pittsburgh and UPMC researcher and psychiatrist Dr. Lisa Pan. Dr. Pan and her colleagues are breaking ground on previously unexplored underlying causes and subsequent treatments for patients suffering from suicidal tendencies. We want to help shed light on this information and support more research of its kind. Make a donation today and help end the struggle for those suffering with depression.
The Suicide Rebellion thanks you for your generosity and support in helping to end the war against depression and suicide.
Every life deserves a tomorrow.
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suicide warning signs
these signs may mean someone is at risk for suicide. Risk is greater if a behavior is new or has increased and if it seems related to a painful event, loss, or change.
- Talking about wanting to die or to kill one’s self.
- Looking for a way to kill one’s self, such as searching online or buying a gun.
- Talking about feeling hopeless or having no reason to live.
- Talking about feeling trapped or being in unbearable pain.
- Talking about being a burden to others.
- Increasing the use of alcohol or drugs.
- Acting anxious or agitated, or behaving recklessly.
- Sleeping too much or too little.
- Withdrawing or feeling isolated.
- Showing rage or talking about seeking revenge.
- Displaying extreme mood swings.
If you, or someone you know, is experiencing these signs, reach out to the hotlines below for immediate help.