“After my sister’s death, I was determined to gain a better understanding about mental health and raise awareness for suicide prevention. In doing so, I have shared my story and connected with other people who also have been touched by suicide loss. These connections have been therapeutic for my personal grief recovery. People have told me that others have also benefited from my efforts. I believe it is important to talk about mental health. Anyone can play a role in suicide prevention. Together we can make a difference.”
Founder and Executive Director, Teuby Continued
Suicide Loss Survivor
Family Nurse Practitioner
2B Continued was founded in memory of Shelly “Teuby” Teubert. Shelly was known as a fun, happy person who could light up a room with her smile and often referred to as ‘the life of a party’. Over the course of a few years, she experienced a complexity of personal challenges leading to depression that went untreated. She grew increasingly sad, lonely and hopeless, but suffered in silence, hiding her emotional pain from others.
To increase awareness of suicide prevention, mental health & wellness
through advocacy, education and outreach.
Continuing Education Conference for Professionals
Target audience: Health care providers, nurses, social workers, teachers, law enforcement, clergy and anyone interested in the topic. For more information, click here.
Educational & Outreach Events for Schools and Communities
Primary service area: Carver, McLeod, Meeker & Sibley Counties and surrounding area. To request an educational event for your school or community, click here.
Suicide Loss Bereavement Support Group
Meets 2nd Thursday of every month in Hutchinson, MN facilitated by trained facilitators who are also suicide loss survivors. For more information, click here.
Dr. Kristine Knudten
Vice Chairperson, board