Audacy, in partnership with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), is proud to present its sixth annual I’m Listening broadcast. Tune in Wednesday, September 21 from 6PM to 8PM local time via Audacy stations nationwide and free Audacy app.
This year’s event will feature artists, athletes, and experts sharing honest conversation about their personal experiences with mental health in a continued effort to raise awareness and support. Because talk saves lives.
"Mental health and awareness obviously is important for me," one of our guest speakers this year, NFL star Dak Prescott, explains. "When COVID hit the world, it affected a lot of people as it did me and I experienced my first thoughts and effects of depression and anxiety," he admits, "but it wasn't until April 23, 2020 that my brother took his life from just mental health."
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"It became a core in my foundation," Dak adds, "the Faith Fight Finish foundation -- therefore people can have their lives saved and don't have to take their lives like my brother did."
Hear more from Dak during our sixth annual I’m Listening broadcast happening Wednesday, September 21 from 6PM to 8PM local time on Audacy stations nationwide and in the free Audacy app.
Other guests in this year’s broadcast -- hosted again by Carson Daly and Dr. Alfiee M. Breland-Noble -- include Ed Sheeran, Adele, Vice President Kamala Harris, Lizzo, Maren Morris, Charlie Puth, and sportscaster Stephen A. Smith. Additionally, AFSP’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Christine Moutier, will be joining Katie Neal, host of Audacy’s nationally syndicated Katie + Company, in studio for the event responding to listener questions and stories with real-time advice.
Stay tuned for more ways you can get involved, and be sure to join us for our special I'm Listening broadcast on Wednesday, September 21 at 6PM on your favorite Audacy station -- and in the free Audacy app.
I’m Listening is Audacy’s commitment to deliver more mental health conversations, resources, and pathways to help. If you are experiencing mental health needs, know that you are not alone. If you are in crisis, help is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call or text 988 to reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Talk Saves Lives. Find a full list of additional resources here.