Drew Hahn Suicide Prevention Fund provides needed resources to reach the goal to end suicides in our community by reducing barriers to care and increasing awareness and education through prevention efforts.

The Drew Hahn Suicide Prevention Fund was established in 2018 in collaboration with a local coalition, Suicide Prevention Across Rush County (SPARC).

Rush Memorial Hospital, Centerstone, and community members recognized that suicide and attempted suicide harm individuals, families, and the community at large. The Fund strives to have resources needed to prevent and end suicides in the community by reducing the barriers to care through this collaborative work.

The Fund is named after Drew Hahn, a Rush County native and suicide prevention activist. His commitment and extensive efforts brought attention to the need for suicide prevention services for the community.