After a Missouri high school loses three students to suicide in seven weeks, Mark Norwine, a suicide prevention advocate, decides it's time to make a change. Embarking on a two week, 200-mile walk across the state, Mark reaches out to students, advocates, and government officials to educate about mental health and help others better understand the roots of the suicide epidemic. Mark is joined by his 23-year-old son, Eric, who recently found out about his dad's own suicide attempt. Walking side by side, the father and son duo make efforts to save lives while uncovering long kept secrets about their own struggles with mental illness.