Live Fast. Die Slow.
We’re not your typical suicide, addiction and mental health awareness group.
We’re musicians, artists and creative types looking to support those struggling with mental illness, suicidal thoughts, addiction, depression and anxiety.
Foundation 45 funds the Interlude 45 Support Group, free group counseling supervised by Licensed Professional Counselors in Deep Ellum. We also provide support services for those left struggling with the collateral damage of losing a loved one to suicide.
We’re here to start a conversation to break down the stigma and reinforce the strength and connectivity in our community. Suicide impacts more people than most realize. On average, one Texan takes their own life every three hours.
We’re here to make sure you don’t get to that place.
There exists a stigma around suicide, anxiety, depression, addiction and mental illness. Pressures from society often cause individuals struggling to keep quiet, instead of speaking out. Creative types often hold onto their pain believing it to be the source of their art.
We’ve been there too.
We’re sharing these stories in order to break the silence and create a community that openly supports those dealing with the darker parts of life.
I Need Help
Interlude 45 Support Group is a free weekly group counseling every Monday in Deep Ellum made possible by Foundation 45. If you need help right away, you can call 800-273-TALK or text 741-741 for 24/7 support.
Sparked by the deaths of Spector 45 band members Adam Carter and Frankie Campagna, Foundation 45 is dedicated to creating open conversations about suicide, depression, anxiety and substance abuse.
I Want to Help
Join us in providing hope to those struggling with suicide, anxiety, depression and addiction. We offer a variety of ways for individuals and businesses to contribute our organization. From volunteering to donating, we need your help.