To provide a safe place for people affected by suicide and to assist them, for free,
with their healing journey.
Come, Talk Inc. aspires to save lives by eliminating the stigma surrounding suicide
through community outreach and to provide hope by offering free accessible help
to those in need.
All services and resources are available for free as we feel cost should not be a
deterrent for someone seeking assistance. These include one-on-one visits at the
center, various printed & electronic support materials, small group meetings, support
groups, guest speaker events, a variety of self-care classes, and other community
outreach programs. Classes and events are open to all, not just those affected by
suicide, as we strongly believe in the importance of staying in, or getting back to,
good mental health.
Come, Talk Inc. is a resource center; it is not a counseling center or crisis hotline.
The physical center serves southwestern Pennsylvania, however, we can assist
people in other geographical locations through electronic means (email, phone,
social media, website, and messaging).
WHO WE ARE
Ms. Amanda Morrison, Founder & Executive Director
Board of Directors:
Mrs. April Morrison
Mrs. Rosanne Barry Novotnak
Mrs. Tina Perz
Mrs. Eva Williams
Class & Support Group Volunteers:
Ms. Diane Beeler, Gentle Yoga
Mrs. Caroline Lewis, Game Night
Mr. Joe Lewis, Origami & Game Night
Ms. Kristin Liscinsky, Guided Journaling
Mrs. April Morrison, Self-Care Art
Mr. Pat Morrison, Gamer Meet-Up
Mrs. Susann Penska, Weight Loss & Healthy Nutrition
Mrs. Tina Perz, Coffee & Care
Mr. Carl Stillitano, Photography
Come, Talk Inc. is an IRS 501(c)3 non-profit corporation.
The center is funded solely by donations, memorial gifts, sponsorships, grants, and fundraisers. These cover the ongoing operational costs of the organization so services can continue to be provided for free. Various sponsorship levels are available; please contact Amanda if you are interested in learning more about these opportunities.
Our Memorial Tree, remembering loved ones lost to suicide.