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NOTICE: The One Life Project website is currently undergoing a total remodel and some portions of the website may not work properly and links may not lead to correct destinations. We appreciate your patience during our remodel that will allow us to better assist young people and will include our newly redesigned education center. The updates are expected to be completed by October 4th, 2023. Thank you!

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we can make a difference.

be true, be you, be kind

Our mission

The One Life Project works to build and create a kinder world where we educate, advocate for, and support teens, college students, and young adults who are struggling with mental health in the hopes of preventing suicide in young people and ending the stigma that surrounds mental health.

our motto

Our nonprofit's motto 'be true, be you, be kind' represents our mission and values as we work to create a world that's kinder and more understanding of our individual differences. 

Information center

Our Education and Resource Center consists of hundreds of educational and informational trainings, statistics, facts, and resources surrounding mental health, suicide prevention, dating violence, bullying, and more.

Join the project

Whether you want to volunteer at one event or become a long term project volunteer, we'd love to have you! Our volunteers are the heart to our mission and without them, we wouldn't be able to help the amount of people we help each and every year. Click the button below to learn more about what our volunteers do and how you can help!

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Over 20% of high school students report serious thoughts of suicide.

Together, we can help change this through education, advocacy, support, and kindness.



Suicide rates over the last few decades have tripled for college students. Learn how to spot the warning signs

45% of LGBTQ+ youth seriously considered suicide in the last year and 60% of LGBTQ+ young people who wanted mental health care were not able to get it

90¢ of every $1 goes directly to helping teens and young people with mental health advocacy, education, and support

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