Our mission is to prevent suicide, support mental health education, and promote conversations to end stigma. The Speedy Foundation raises funds for, and collaborates with, other advocacy groups to achieve our mission.
Programs offered include:
Mental Health First Aid (see listing in directory)
QPR for Suicide Prevention
Community Film Screenings and Outreach
Western States Conference on Suicide
Outreach adds value to our teaching and research activities by helping to build partnerships with stakeholders in Idaho and beyond.
Our outreach infrastructure includes campuses in Moscow, Boise, Idaho Falls and Coeur dAlene; 42 county Extension offices; and multiple research and learning facilities.
Mental Health First Aid
McCall Outdoor Science School
Northwest Youth Financial Education
Women in Engineering Day
Junior Master Gardner
Nations provides college preparatory support and guidance to students from groups that are traditionally underrepresented in postsecondary education. Nations is dedicated to working with its scholars to develop into their full potential as the future stewards of the community, our nation and are interconnected world.
Services include tutoring, counseling, mentoring, summer courses and financial literacy training. We strongly encourage all participants to actively engage in as many of these activities as services as possible. We serve students at Lakeside High School in Plummer, Potlatch Junior and Senior High School in Potlatch and Wapato High School in Wapato, Washington. Contact Nations Upward Bound.
Silver Valley Upward Bound is committed to ensuring that each student is provided with quality opportunity in education that allow for development of character and leadership skills that will prepare him or her for success in high school and college. Our mission is to assist low-income, first generation, college-bound students in the Silver Valley, which includes Kellogg and Wallace high schools.