Since the loss of Hudson, Wesley and Jenna Scott have dedicated their lives to continue Hudson’s legacy. Wesley, Jenna and the Project Hud;Son team work individually and alongside other organizations to help educate educators, parents and our youth.

“Making a difference for us means to simply talk and share Hudson’s story.” Wes and Jenna Scott (Founders)

It’s Okay to not be Okay- A Community Conversation

On February 27, 2019 we were able to partner with Pendleton Christian Church and have a community conversation on all things mental health. We had over 275 youth, parents, educators, and community members attend. We focused on what is mental health, warning signs, direct questions to ask, social media for todays youth and self care. At the end of the presentation we had an hour long question and answer session where anyone was allowed to ask questions.

Genesys Company Gathering

On November 14th Project Hud;Son had the honor of starting the conversation of mental health and self-care in the work force. Wes was able to talk about “mental health days”, the importance of knowing the signs of depression and what we can do for self-care. The video below is about half of the presentation as we wanted to respect the privacy of those who participated.

Purdue Out of the Darkness Walk 2017 and 2018

Over the last three years Wes and Jenna Scott have assisted the Purdue Out of the Darkness Walks by hosting a table and speaking. Wes and Jenna Scott spoke on what the walks mean as survivors and how they have HOPE even after what they have been through. In 2018 Project Hud;Son was able to secure a radio slot via donation from Twin City Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM in Lafayette, IN. to help promote the walk. Over the last three years Project Hud;Son has been able to raise over $18,000 towards The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

Mental Health of America Hendricks County “Laughing for the Health of It” 2018

Wes Scott was asked to key note speak at the 2018 Laughing for the Health of It event. The event is a comedy show, but before the show started they wanted Wes to remind the audience why they were there. Over the course of the speech Wes spoke about Hudson’s story, suicide in the media and why this is our time to make a difference.

White County Out of the Darkness Walk 2018

Project Hud;Son was asked to speak about our organization and what we have done after the loss of Hudson. Along with a brief description of what we are Wes spoke on the importance of the walks and what they mean to us as survivors. Wes also spoke on the importance of the work AFSP does for our community and country.

Adventure Camp 2018

Project Hudson assisted Pendleton Christian Church with a three day youth camp. Over the course of the three days we presented to over 300 youth ages 13-18. We spoke about bullying, self harm, suicide and that it is okay to not be okay. We talked about self care and who to go to if they or someone they know has lost hope. It was such a rewarding experience for us. We can’t thank Devin and Pendleton Christian Church enough for allowing us this opportunity.

2018 Grand Marshals for the Cadillac Barbie Pride Parade Presented by Gilead Sciences!!

Project Hudson, along with four other individuals, were announced as the 2018 Grand Marshals for the Cadillac Barbie Pride Parade Presented by Gilead Sciences!!

Indy Pride wanted to embrace local community members that fit the theme of our community's unsung heroes. Project Hudson along with some truly amazing folks were honored for their incredible work in progress for transgender rights, volunteerism, HIV prevention and treatment support, support for LGBTQ people of color, mental health and suicide prevention, and documentation and sharing of our local LGBTQ history!

Project Hudson is truly humbled by Indy Pride's nomination of our organization and thankful for all the work that they do in our community. We are quite excited to walk with those who have dedicated their lives to making a difference and to celebrate the PRIDE that Hudson was never comfortable enough to embrace. 

The Pilot Flashes Feature By Lucille

Over the summer a Franklin Central High School Student reached out and wanted to know if she could interview us for a school project she was responsible for. Her life has been greatly impacted by mental illness and suicide alike, and after seeing us at the Indianapolis Pride Parade she decided to reach out and see if we would be available.

Currently Lucille is a writer and photographer for The Pilot Flashes, as well as a video board (Jumbotron) operator for her school. Part of those responsibilities include feature writing, page design, as well as various parts of graphic design. 

Her goal was to write a feature about the people behind our story, projects and thoughts, while giving a visual appealing twist.

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Good Samaritan Episcopal Church of Brownsburg Pub Theology

Jenna Scott was asked to present Hudson’s Story in a way that would educate. Jenna was able to mix in Hudson’s story with suicide facts, what parents should ask and how this can happen to anyone. Thank you Good Samaritan Episcopal Church for this wonderful opportunity, it was wonderful to see so many adults not only willing to listen but to make a difference even if they don’t have youth in their immediate circles.

Project Hud;Son connected Brownsburg High School with resources that facilitated the following trainings:


Trained counselors admin, and teacher leaders with warning signs and symptoms training, 


All staff on QPR two hour training. QPR stands for: Question. Persuade. Refer. Three steps anyone can learn to help prevent suicide.


Two Talk Saves Lives sessions were made available for building and community folks to attend.


All coaches received sensitivity training.


Sent staff members to IYG trainings in February 2017 and April 2017 to learn and be trained with correct information. 

upcoming Events

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