Who We Are

Our Mission

Our mission is to increase awareness of suicide prevention, mental health & wellness through advocacy, education and outreach.

Serving Brown, Carver, McLeod, Meeker, Nicollet, Renville, Sibley, and Wright Counties

Our Story

2B CONTINUED was founded in memory of Shelly “Teuby” (pronounced 2B) Teubert. She is remembered for being a passionate mental health nurse, as well as a hospice and homecare nurse. She cared for patients with great compassion and empathy. Shelly touched many hearts and saved many lives throughout her career. This is Shelly’s legacy…2B CONTINUED.

“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.”

Tammy Diehn
Founder and Executive Director, 2B CONTINUED
Suicide Loss Survivor
Family Nurse Practitioner

Our Leadership

Founder/Executive Director
QPR Instructor
MHFA Instructor
SafeTalk Instructor

Tammy Diehn

Chairperson, Board

Chad Teubert

Vice Chairperson, Board

Darlene Schmidt

Secretary, Board

Jayme Krauth

Treasurer, Board
tMHFA Instructor
YMHFA Instructor

Melanie King

Director, Board

Dr. Kristen Budahn

Director, Board

Brooke Dingels

Director, Board

Jesse Gran

Director, Board

Molly Heimerl

tMHFA Coordinator, tMHFA Instructor
YMHFA Instructor

Melissa Berget

Administration Support & Community Outreach Specialist

Andrea Koller

tMHFA Instructor
YMHFA Instructor

Beth Oslund

Media & Marketing Specialist
YMHFA Instructor

Christine Passig

tMHFA Instructor

Emily Schwarzkopf

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