Jason Youngs

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About Me

My name is Jason Youngs. I am a former police officer, a United States Army combat veteran, and a suicide survivor. I served as a police officer at a small municipal police department in eastern Jackson County, Missouri. I also served in the United States Army for 13 years and was deployed to Iraq. I am a father of two very beautiful children, one boy and one girl. I also have a very ornery German Shepherd whom I adore.

I am a product of a split home, combat, alcoholism, failed marriage, attempted suicide, PTSD, and depression. I have beat all the odds. I stepped up and said it out loud. I broke the stigma. I even celebrated 6 years of sobriety in August of 2019.

In February of 2016 my life changed forever with the news of my brother’s passing. He was a captain for a fire department about an hour north of Kansas City, Missouri. My brother died by suicide. It was at that point I finally accepted and acknowledged my PTSD. Since then, I have strived to be a part of the solution and to break the stigma. I strive to be a better person every day and to make someone else’s day better. It is okay to talk about mental health. I believe that saying it out loud only makes you stronger. Together we can make a difference. Together we can break the stigma.

Break the stigma

Former Police Officer &

Together we can make a difference. Together we can break the stigma.

Jason Youngs



About us

You’re here because you know that life can be better. Through online counseling services, we’ll help you identify how best to make progress to create a life of wellness.

Contact Info


Mon-Fri 8a-5p
(816)  372 – 2948




P.O. Box 901888
Kansas City, MO 64190

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