Intermountain recently announced a $1.2 million contribution to further support Live On, a first-of-its-kind campaign to improve mental health and prevent suicide across Utah. Campaign partners will use mini-grants—made possible by Intermountain’s donation—to promote positive social norms, provide resources, and change the culture around suicide and mental health among the communities they serve.

Utah has lost roughly 3,200 residents to suicide in the past five years. That’s why during Mental Health Awareness Month in May, Intermountain joined many community partners to support Live On.