Thrive Range was Funded!
Support our project to bring more mental health and substance misuse resources to the Iron Range.
Other than your name and role, your personal information will be held confidential.
A brief overview of our application
For more a more detailed version of the application:
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Occupation AND Role (e.g., 11th grade biology teacher) AND Workplace (e.g. Hibbing High School). Write NA if not applicable. This helps us show different communities involved. *
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Zip Code *
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We would appreciate if you shared your email and phone number. We will be using email sparingly to share information about the project. It is possible that at some point we might send you text messages about the project, but we would also do so sparingly.
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This matters to me because (select all that apply) *
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By initialing here, I am indicating that I strongly support the Thrive Range project proposal and the addition of critical resources to support mental health on the Range. *
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Please indicate here if you would like to be a member of an Advisory Board (make sure your contact information is above). Also, what expertise you think you might be able to bring (if applicable)? *
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Thank you for your support!
Joshua Gorham, St Louis County, Program Coordinator, Public Health Division, 218-725-5220,;
Ursula Whiteside,; and
Tom Whiteside, Betsy Valeri, Hannah Alstead, Angela Schweiberger, Shelly Hansen
Any feedback to improve our application? Questions, concerns, or additional thoughts are welcome here.
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Additional Resources: Video About Range Mental Health
Suicidal thoughts are not uncommon. Seven percent of Rangers had them in the past year. It's an important indicator that something in our lives need to change.

Here's a Facebook 30-min video with Patty Miller about Range mental health.
It has lots of tips:

Also, please save the Crisis Text Line to your phone 741741 (just text hello to start a convo).

Also save the suicide prevention lifeline is 1-800-273-8255 (you don't have to be suicidal to call; friends and family members welcome). provides free coping strategies for mental health, substance problems and suicidal thoughts. is for guys. It is hilarious and helpful at the same time.

Shelly Hanson runs the Armadillo Project locally. Learn more about the work she is doing locally to turn pain into hope:

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