According to the Centers for Disease Control, each year more than 41,000 individuals die by suicide, leaving behind thousands of friends and family members to navigate the tragedy of their loss. With support and treatment, many of these people can be saved. Please join us as we honor National Suicide Prevention Month.
Opinion: Homelessness isn’t just a burden for Seattle politicians By Ryan Lambert, Editor in Chief, Puget Sound Business Journal As we approach the Aug. 6 primary election, it makes sense to focus our attention — which sometimes resembles ire — on Seattle’s homelessness crisis. I’ve read through many op-ed submissions recently that suggest wholesale changes … Continue Reading »
Born with an imperfection in a single chromosome, Christy Parson lived a too-short life filled with grueling physical and mental challenges — from a cerebral palsy and kidney problems to frightening hallucinations and sometimes violent outbursts. Still, the smart, sweet young woman found joy wherever she could, including in one of Sound’s residential treatment homes. … Continue Reading »
This year, culminating on June 24, Sound participated proudly in Seattle’s Pride events, demonstrating its support of the LGBTQ community. The most visible activities consisted of participation in PrideFest, a weekend-long celebration, as well as walking in the Seattle Pride Parade, the largest parade of its kind in the country. Sound was also a sponsor … Continue Reading »