Extra Innings and SAVE: Awareness Campaign

Extra Innings has partnered with SAVE (Suicide Awareness Voice of Education),  the leading suicide prevention organization dedicated to public awareness, education, and to helping survivors. SAVE's message of hope and awareness resonates deeply with Extra Innings and we are very proud to have their support on our film. This partnership allows all donations charitable, tax-deductible donations that gives donors the chance to contribute to Extra Innings and SAVE's initiatives. 

SAVE’s mission resonates deeply with our film and we are so incredibly excited to have the support of such a huge organization. Through this partnership we hope to make a beautiful film and to help SAVE lives.
— Albert Dabah
SAVE is very excited to be a partner in this project. The talent behind the production of this true story will help the audience better understand the realities of suicide and mental health, hopefully leading to better care and treatment to avoid tragedies like this for other families.
— Dr. Dan Reidenberg, Executive Director of SAVE

About Dr. Dan Reidenberg

Dr. Dan Reidenberg , Executive Director of SAVE, is the Managing Director of the National Council for Suicide Prevention and the US representative to the International Association of Suicide Prevention. He serves on the Steering Committees for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and the Suicide Prevention Resource Center, as Chair of the American Psychotherapy Association, and is on the APA Editorial Board, and Your Life Counts Clinical Advisory Board in Canada. He has done extensive work on several inpatient psychiatry units and in private practice with adolescents and adults who have serious and persistent mental illnesses, are chemically dependent, and/or have diverse personality disorders. He has received numerous awards including being named one of the Ten Outstanding Young Minnesotans, the B. Warren Hart Award for service to humanity, Nonprofit Professional of the Year and was recognized at The White House as a "Champion of Change" by the Obama Administration.

 

 

 

 

“To be ourselves causes us to be exiled by many others, and yet to comply with what others want causes us to be exiled from ourselves.”

– Clarissa Pinkola Estes