Project Semicolon is a compassionate online community that centers around mental health awareness and suicide prevention. Our platform serves as a safe haven for individuals to share their stories, find support, and contribute to breaking the stigma surrounding mental health challenges.
Our mission is to empower individuals with mental health experiences to embrace their journey and recognize that their story is far from over. We strive to inspire hope, provide resources, and foster connections that promote healing and resilience.
The semicolon, a punctuation mark that represents a pause rather than an ending, encapsulates our ethos. Just as an author uses a semicolon to continue a sentence rather than concluding it, we use this symbol to remind everyone that their life story continues even through moments of struggle. Our community embraces the concept that “Your story isn’t over yet.”
Founded in 2013 by Amy Bleuel, Project Semicolon was born out of personal experience and a desire to bring light to the topic of mental health. Amy’s vision was to create a platform where individuals could share their stories, find support, and foster understanding.
At Project Semicolon, we are committed to maintaining a positive and respectful environment:
We invite you to become a part of our ever-growing community. Whether you’re here to share your story, find support, or simply learn more about mental health, you’re welcome here. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of individuals who are navigating their own journeys.