September is National Suicide Prevention Month. In this podcast we re-release a condensed version of an interview we had with Phillip Fulmer, former head coach of The University of Tennessee and National Spokesperson for The Jason Foundation.
Coach Fulmer discusses the great work of The Jason Foundation. With 64 community resource centers serving all 50 states, this organization is making an enormous difference in youth suicide prevention.
Coach Fulmer was the head coach at The University of Tennessee for 17 years where his 1998 team won the National Championship as he was awarded both National and SEC Coach of the Year honors. His .743 winning percentage puts him in the all time top tier of college coaches and he was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame.
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