With over 22million views on YouTube, a #3 and #10 album on The Billboard Independent Album charts, and one of the most successful music Kickstartercampaigns ever under his belt,Grand has not just broken the rules, but has changed the game in how to be a successfulsinger-songwriter in this era2019 has included multiple tours and residencies across the country and the world. In addition,Steve released 2 new music videos from his sophomore album,not the end of me. “Disciple”one of the most heartfelt and powerful songs on the album and “Pink Champagne” which explores Steve’s tumultuous relationship with alcohol. Steve released not the end of me in 2018 to critical acclaim. It reached #2 on the iTunes Pop Chart, and#10 on Billboard’s Independent Album chart. It is available on Steve Grand’s website, at all live shows,and across all digital download and streaming platforms.(iTunes/Apple Music/Spotify/Google Play)With the release of his first album,All American Boy, in 2015, Steve Grand broke the mold for the traditional singer-songwriter. Having self-funded a viral video of the title track, then fan funding the release and creating a vocal and energetic fanbase, the openly gay artist from Chicago created a place for himself in the music industry and hasn’t looked back since

More Information: http://www.stevegrand.com/



Suicide & Crisis Center of North Texas

Helping those in crisis, especially suicidal crisis, find hope for the future.

Background and History

The Suicide and Crisis Center of North Texas is located in Dallas, Texas. However, we answer calls throughout the Metroplex as well as calls for two national crisis lines. We have been in continuous operation since 1968. (Read more about our history from Founding Chair Dr. Cliff Jones.)


Housing for the center is provided by the Meadows Foundation in the Beilharz block of the Wilson Historic District near downtown Dallas.


A 28-member governing board oversees the activities of the center. Board members come from business, the professions, universities, and community service. A Clinical Advisory Board of mental health professionals advises the agency director and staff.

An AAS-Certified Agency

The Suicide and Crisis Center of North Texas is one of fewer than 80 centers nationwide to have achieved certification by the American Association of Suicidology, the national accrediting body for suicide prevention and crisis intervention centers.

24-Hour Crisis Line

Each month, 1,500 people in crisis call us at 214.828.1000 to speak to a trained, caring counselor. Anytime, day or night, someone always answers.

Survivors of Suicide (SOS)

A support group program facilitated by trained counselors for family and friends of those who have completed suicide.

Crisis Debriefing Services

Trained teams visit schools or businesses within 48 hours of a suicide, meeting with and counseling groups intimately affected by the suicide.

In-Service Training

Our professional staff regularly provides consultation and in-service seminars for schools, hospitals, and other professionals dealing with high-intensity crisis.

Speakers’ Bureau

Trained speakers experienced in suicide prevention and crisis intervention are regularly invited to make presentations throughout the community.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AT: https://www.sccenter.org/

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