Kevin Hines in 2013 wrote his memoir, “Cracked Not Broken: Thriving Following a Suicide Attempt,” which chronicled how, with the help of family and medical professionals, he took on his psychological challenges and made it his “life’s work to educate people all over this great country, and around the globe, to prevent suicide and understand mental illness.”
Kevin Hines in 2013 wrote his memoir, “Cracked Not Broken: Thriving Following a Suicide Attempt,” which chronicled how, with the help of family and medical professionals, he took on his psychological challenges and made it his “life’s work to educate people all over this great country, and around the globe, to prevent suicide and understand mental illness.” COURTESY OF KEVIN HINES
Kevin Hines in 2013 wrote his memoir, “Cracked Not Broken: Thriving Following a Suicide Attempt,” which chronicled how, with the help of family and medical professionals, he took on his psychological challenges and made it his “life’s work to educate people all over this great country, and around the globe, to prevent suicide and understand mental illness.” COURTESY OF KEVIN HINES

Golden Gate jump survivor brings story of hope to Davidson

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