We're in it for Life™

Our goal is to promote mental health,
prevent suicide, and create a message
of hope for young adults.

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1 in 10 college students contemplates suicide.
Be one of the nine to help some ONE!

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We Couldn’t Do What We
Do Without You

Our 2018 Annual Report tells an
amazing story of achievement

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Checkin’ In With College

A fresh approach to student mental health.

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Help Us Save Lives

There are many ways to give.

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Preparing High School
Students 4 What's Next

A future-focused high school program

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Jordan Porco Foundation

The Jordan Porco Foundation’s mission is to prevent suicide, promote mental health, and create a message of hope for young adults. We provide engaging and uplifting programming emphasizing peer-to-peer messaging promoting help seeking behavior, self-care, and coping skills. Our programs challenge stigma by talking openly about mental health, and educating about the risk factors and warning signs of suicide and other related mental health concerns.

1 Donate

2 Raise Awareness

3 Prevent Suicide

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In It For Life


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Our Primary Programs


One in ten college students contemplates suicide. That leaves nine, given the resources, to help the one.


We work closely with colleges to plan and fund Fresh Check Day in an effort to bring awareness to mental health resources and coping strategies on college campuses.

4 What’s Next is a primary prevention program that builds psychological resiliency in high school students by giving them the tools to handle stress and distress now and in their future.


Resources for Parents

Resources for Students

Resources for Schools

Resources for Connecticut

Suicide Can Be Prevented

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