• ​​People who die by suicide usually talked about it first. Up to 75 percent of people who committed suicides had alluded to others of their plans.
  • ​Combat veterans are not only more likely to have suicidal ideation, often associated with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression, but they are more likely to act on a suicidal plan.

Our Mission

S.L.O.T.H. is more than a remembrance of Sean, it’s an awareness program that brings to light the serious and permanent consequences of suicide, for the person in need and those loved ones left behind. We can't prevent every event. However, we can discover ways to provide help to everyone involved.


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SLOTH is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization benefiting those with PTSD, Depression, and prevent suicide.

  • The most frequently experienced traumas were:
    • 1. witnessing someone being badly injured or killed.
    • 2. being involved in a fire, flood or natural disaster.
    • 3. being involved in a life-threatening accident.
    • 4. combat exposure​
  • Depression is more common than AIDS, cancer, and diabetes combined, and nearly 400,000 people attempt suicide in the U.S. every year.​
  • ​Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the US for all ages. (CDC)
  • ​People who are suicidal do not want to die; they just want the pain to stop. Suicide is a permanent solution to what is usually a temporary problem. Suicides can be prevented. People can be helped.



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Sean's Last Opportunity To Help

Our board members are dedicated to continuing to spread the awareness of treating depression, PTSD, and helping to prevent Suicide.  Click below to learn more!

Honorthose that have lost the battle.

Courageto help others keep fighting.

Commitmentto end the stigma associated with PTSD and Depression