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The Daniel, Jed & Cody Scholarship

This scholarship of $1,000 may be applied to tuition, housing, books, and testing costs during the School year in which it was granted. The number of available scholarships is limited to availability of funds. The scholarship will be paid at the rate of $500 per semester, paid directly to the educational institution where the recipient is enrolled. Recipient must be enrolled with a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester in order to remain eligible for the scholarship.


To be eligible, you must meet ALL of the following requirements:

  • High School Senior enrolled in Tooele County School District
  • Cumulative GPA of at least 2.5
  • Survivor of suicide (example: loss of parent or sibling to suicide)

Resources For Life’s Challenges

The following list is a collection of resources that we, and many of those we serve have found helpful and intended simply as a pass along.

The Life’s Worth Living Foundation assume no liability or responsibility for the accuracy, technical utility or terms of the third parties who provide these resources.

If you know of a resource that is not listed here, and believe it would be appropriate or helpful to others, please let us know by providing a brief description and the URL in a message via our contact page.

After the loss of a loved one, you may become overwhelmed by the natural reactions of grief that you experience. In time, you’ll learn how to appropriately respond to the emotions and negative ways of thinking. By doing so, you’ll start to draw comfort and strength rather than pain and bitterness from the emotions.

In a sense, you are never “finished grieving.” There will always come moments that trigger your grief and you will reflect again on how much you miss them.

Feeling the sorrow is an individual process, there’s no right way to do it. Life won’t ever be the same after, but choosing to experience the heartache and choosing to view the reality of your loss will allow you to adjust that much better afterwards.

Dustin Rykert Community Outreach Specialist
Acqua Recovery
100 North Johnson Mill Rd
Midway, Utah 84049

If your child feels bullied:

  • Focus on your child: Be supportive and gather information.
  • Talk with and LISTEN to your children every day.
  • Be supportive: Tell the child it is not their fault.\
  • Be patient: Talking about bullying can be difficult.
  • Contact his or her teacher, counselor, or principal.
  • Explore options: Educate child and discuss options to deal with bullying behavior.
  • Be a good example of kindness and leadership.

Coaching the child who bullied:

  • Identify the problem
  • Ask questions and gather further information
  • Apply consequences
  • Generate solutions for the future
  • Follow up