Walk/Run
8th Annual Run/Walk Saturday, September 17th!

Join us in-person on Saturday, September 17, 2022
for our 8th Annual BENS Hope Run/Walk Event.
New For 2022: Run/Walk Starts at Broske Center!

BENS Hope
BENS Hope

Because Everyone Needs Some HOPE
Check out Ben's Story

Hopeline
Crisis Text Line

Access free, 24/7 support via a medium you already use and trust: text
Text "HOME" to 741741. Because sometimes you just need someone to talk to...

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BENS Hope

CONNECT. SUPPORT. GRIEVE. HEAL.

  • Be a part of a community who understands you
  • Find comfort in knowing you are not alone
  • Grieve alongside folks who have similar experiences
  • Move forward on your healing journey
  • Re-connect to yourself, your feelings, and your healing

The Meaning Behind The Name

“The story of how I came up with the name for our organization is not a long one, but I believe it is significant. I feel Ben helped me think of the name. We were putting together the walk in Ben’s honor and I also knew we were going to make a website. Ben was always our computer guy, so I know he would have wanted a hand in it. When we were trying to come up with a name for Ben’s organization I thought of what we were trying to do for other people. To give hope. The acronym for Ben’s name came to me Because Everyone Needs Some HOPE not only for our family, but for everyone.”
— Terry (Ben’s Dad)

We’re here for you

Sharing our journey and events in the community while helping you feel less alone.

We hold monthly meetings on the second Tuesday every month, free of charge. Check out our website bens-hope.com for details. We invite you to join us. Your story isn’t over yet.

Annual 5k/2m Run/Walk Event and Helping Hands Giveaway

Each year we come together to honor our loved ones lost to suicide and lift each other up in community.

Healing Hearts Retreats

Come together to share your story of loss and find support on your grief journey with others who understand.

Emergency: Call 911
Talk: Call (800) 273-8255 – 24-hour National Suicide Prevention Hotline
Text: Text “Hopeline” to 741741 – provided by Center for Suicide Awareness

We offer in-person and virtual presentations.

Our Brochure

Upcoming Events

Our Mission

After the devastating loss of our son, Benjamin, on November 11, 2014, we started a Survivors of Suicide support group to help others who have been in our position. We share and listen in a supportive and nonjudgmental environment.

The mission of BENS Hope is to help to our community when they are struggling, reassure others that they are not alone, and show people that we care and are here for them.

— Patti and Terry Cullen

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