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Shoulders to Lean On


Here at I AM INVISIBLE BULLYING & SUICIDE, we know that sometimes all it takes to change the world is a little support.  So, since our founding in 2018, we have been determined to make an impact.  Our goal is for our youth and young adults to understand that everyone is "SOMEBODY" regardless of their disability, race, gender, ethnicity, or beliefs; they have a platform for their  "Voice" at I AM INVISIBLE BULLYING AND SUICIDE.

I AM INVISIBLE BULLYING AND SUICIDE will provide the place and space for personal growth, self-reflection, learning, and bonding.  We work to bring awareness to bullying and suicide in our communities through partnerships with mental health clinics and organizations.  In addition, we provide programs that promote empowerment, creativity, and self-esteem.  Our goal is to build self-confidence and self-worth in those youth and young adults dealing with depression and suicide.

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About our Short-Film:  I'm Invisible

I AM  INVISIBLE Bullying & Suicide Short-Film was featured at the SEAS Awards in 2016 in Tunica, MS.  The film was co-written by Executive Director Sharon Kaye Edwards and Professor Seymour Hagans of Lane College, Jackson, Tennessee.  The student cast consisted of students in our CMCSS in Clarksville, TN.   The film has been used in the school system as a training and teaching tool for the staff and the transportation department to bring awareness of both bullying and suicide.


New Culinary Arts Camp "Cooking The Wright Way"  August 2022

Using cooking as a form of Theraphy Ages: 6-18

I AM INVISIBLE BULLYING AND SUICIDE partnered with celebrity Chef Sterling Wright and Chef Brandon Willaims, junior mentor Chef Izzy from Nashville, TN. Also on the chef's team are Mother and Duo Chef Robin Little, Chef Brandon Little, and several non-profit organizations and loads of volunteers to bring this culinary class into action! 

The Culinary Camp/Classes called "Cooking the Wright Way" will be coming to a nearby city near you soon!

Cooking Therapy Benefits for Stress + Mental Health - Dr. Axe

Some experts have defined cooking therapy/culinary therapy as "the therapeutic technique that uses arts, cooking, gastronomy, and an individual's personal, cultural, and familial relationship with food to address emotional and psychological problems.". Preparing food is an activity you can do at home that can be incorporated into treatment plans at mental health clinics and therapist offices.

Click below for our class review by ClarksvilleNow; also click our culinary arts page to see our chefs doing their thang in the kitchen!

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It wouldn’t be possible for us to provide our support services if it weren’t for our generous benefactors. Help keep us running at our best and highest capacity by donating today. There are many different donation options available such as time and monetary donations we appreciate any and all support.

Your donations are tax-deductible.  Thank you for choosing us to help serve our community.


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