The mission of the FHVC P.A.C.T. (Prevention, Awareness, Compassion, Training) Ambassador Program is to provide opportunities for trained individuals to connect with the community in promoting health, wellness, and suicide awareness. PACT Ambassadors receive training and mentorship in providing prevention and outreach services aimed at decreasing myths about seeking help, empowering and motivating others to make healthy life changes, and providing information to the community about resources in the area. 

The PACT Ambassadors will be assisting the FHVC Suicide Awareness Task Force in our mission or preventing suicide and raising awareness. Ambassadors would give suicide prevention training/presentations to local businesses and community organizations. 

The overall goal of the program is to reduce the numbers of death by suicide. 

Ambassador Qualifications:

  • Experience in public speaking
  • Flexible schedule
  • Leadership skills
  • Passion for public health (specifically mental health)
  • Ability to follow oral and written instructions
  • HS diploma or equivalent
Ambassadors will be compensated through a one-time stipend of $100 for a two- hour training. Ambassadors will also receive $60 per presentation (up to 5) for an additional $300. Total compensation package is $400.
Volunteer Ambassadors will receive a $25 Grocery/Farmer’s Market gift card incentive as funding allows.

Contact Julie Gibbs, RCHD Director, with questions: