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Brandon Culp

Brandon Culp, MBA

My younger brother, Justin, was just 11 years old when he had his first of many suicide attempts. He was later diagnosed with Bipolar type 2. At the age of 25, he lost his life to suicide. I witnessed first-hand the gaps in our health care system that exist with our ability to provide appropriate, timely access and cost-efficient care for people struggling with mental illness and suicidal thoughts. Those gaps ravaged, and continue to ravage, our family. It has also fueled my career in non-profit health care. I believe, ultimately, that not only did a broken system potentially cost my brother his life, but I do know that if my parents and I had access to the services that Here Tomorrow provides when we were in crisis, it would have changed our lives for the better. Here Tomorrow fills those gaps by providing no-cost mental health care and support to not only those feeling hopeless and suicidal, but their families, too. There is no way to overstate the importance of this combination, and I see it as the cornerstone that will not only change our community, but truly the world. I feel blessed to be part of this much needed and amazing organization by serving on the advisory board.

I feel blessed to be part of this much needed and amazing organization by serving on the advisory board.

Brandon Culp, MBA,