Suicide prevention and awareness is a cause that frequently goes unnoticed until it strikes close to home. But we at The Carpet Guys refuse to stand by until the echoes of this tragedy touch our families or friends. We are stepping up to confront this silent crisis head-on, supporting those in their darkest hours, standing shoulder to shoulder with those who care for them, and advocating for research and solutions that can bring an end to this profound suffering. Discover what the The Carpet Guys are doing to bring light to suicide prevention and awareness.
Who is KnowResolve?
KnowResolve, recognized as a 501(c)(3) charity organization, is passionately committed to improving mental health and preventing suicides among young people via proactive engagement, fervent advocacy, and informative education. Steadfast in their quest to break down the barriers of silence, shame, and stigma that often envelop mental well-being, they work to equip both adults and adolescents with essential resources and skills to improve their mental health. Starting this journey in 2007, they have successfully extended their reach to over 170,000 teenagers. If you’re curious to learn even more, visit the official website for KnowResolve
The Carpet Guys Supports Suicide Prevention
Founder Joe Zago of The Carpet Guys is a fervent supporter of suicide prevention and awareness and has been working with KnowResolve since 2017. By participating in the 2023 Breaking The Silence Fundraising Gala presented by KnowResolve, we are raising both funds and awareness to bolster the battle against this crisis—resources that enable organizations to offer round-the-clock support and facilitate vital research.
Families and individuals grappling with the impacts of suicide and mental health challenges need our unwavering support now more than ever — and with your assistance, we can make a meaningful difference in their lives.
- November 28, 2023
- Starts at 6:00 PM
- Ends at 11:00 PM
- Location: Mirage Banquet Hall
- 16980 18 Mile Road
- Clinton Twp, MI 48038
- Event tickets available for purchase HERE
Even You Can Help With Suicide Prevention & Awareness
We all have a role to play in the vital work of suicide prevention and awareness. It begins with education—recognizing when someone is struggling and knowing how to offer a compassionate ear. Our collective vigilance is a formidable defense, empowering us to detect early warning signs and provide timely, life-saving support.
If you ever find yourself battling these challenges, remember it’s more than okay to seek help. Reach out to someone close or connect with the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline by calling or texting 988. Let’s embrace this brave step together.
Meanwhile, you can make a difference by backing mental health organizations in our community. Whether you contribute financially, volunteer your time, or help amplify their message, your involvement matters. Participate in events like the Breaking The Silence Fundraising Gala to cast a spotlight on this crucial cause. Just a simple check-in—a message, a phone call, or a shared moment over coffee—might provide immeasurable comfort to someone feeling isolated. By fostering a space where mental health conversations are welcomed and nurtured, we can build a safety net woven with understanding and hope.