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Forever in Our Hearts and Never Forgotten

Jordan "Joe" was born on August 29, 2002, in Sacramento and lived most of his life in Elk Grove. He attended Harriet Eddy Middle School, Elk Grove High School, Laguna Creek High School, and, most recently, SAVA Charter School. We lost him forever on August 6, 2018. Jordan was a gentle soul, with a quirky sense of humor and a lot of creative energy. He loved video games, hanging out with his friends, and making people laugh. He was loved and will be deeply missed. Joe is survived by his parents, Daniel and Beth Snyder, his siblings, Chloe, Caleb, and Nicholas, his birth mother, Heather Parsons, and a large extended family including grandparents, uncles, aunts, and cousins. 

This page has been brought to you through the Jordan Snyder Memorial Fund. Wherever you're at in your life and whatever you may be struggling with, these organizations can assist you in getting the support that you need. If you or someone you know is in need of help, please reach out to someone as soon as possible


Please call 911 in the case of an emergency


NAMI Sacramento

9719 Lincoln Village Dr., Suite 603 
Sacramento, CA 95827

NAMI Sacramento provides mutual support, resources, advocacy, and education to the families, friends, and persons with mental illness to improve their general welfare and treatment. They offer support groups, education classes, information, and outreach for people living with mental illness and/or their family members. For those who need support, education or advocacy, there is no charge for our services.

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Strategies For Change

 4343 Williamsbourgh Dr. 
Sacramento, CA 95823

Strategies for Change mission is to provide exemplary evidence based substance abuse treatment and mental health, co-occurring & support services for adults, youth, & families to promote self-sufficiency, health, & wholeness in a collaborative community setting. Our vision is that families can break the cycle of trauma, violence and substance abuse; so to create a life that is purposeful and meaningful.


JJ's Hello Foundation

You can reach them at (916) 247-3893

The mission of JJ's Hello Foundation is to prevent youth suicide, promote mental health awareness, and create a message of hope for pre-teens, teens and young adults in our community.  If you have been touched and affected by sucicide, JJ's Hello Foundation hosts support groups. 

JJ's Hello Foundation encourages everyone to Listen and SPEAK UP to prevent youth suicide.

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