Memory Lane Foundation for Suicide Prevention founder, Amanda Eisenbarth joined us in the studio with Pettis County Sheriff Kevin Bond to discuss the upcoming Stepping It Up program event.

Memory Lane Foundation has joined with the Sheriff’s Department, Provident, Inc. and Community Education Coordinator, Adrianne Martin, to raise awareness in Sedalia about suicide prevention. Guest speaker, Sylvia Ogilvie, a suicide survivor, will also be in attendance to tell her story. Space is limited for the Stepping It Up Program, so the public is urged to reserve a spot.

Stepping It Up Program

State Fair Community College

Yeater Building, Room 148

May 5, 6:30 PM

Contact: 660-596-5173


Memory Lane Foundation hosts support group meetings for anyone dealing with mental illness and/or suicide issues. The meetings are held at 420 West 16 Street in Sedalia and the schedule is as follows:

Mondays (excluding the 5th Monday of the month) – 6:16 PM

-Mental Illness/Suicide for Adults

-Mental Illness/Suicide for Teens

First and Third Saturdays of the Month – 9:00 AM

-Loved Ones Left Behind

-Parents with Kids Who Have Depression/Suicidal Thoughts


Memory Lane Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s motto: “To be a liaison group in helping create awareness, increase knowledge of established resources and share this to help those in need within families, schools and communities”.

For more information about Memory Lane Foundation for Suicide Prevention.