WAMO is a non-profit established by the Barber family from Jamestown, Rhode Island to raise awareness in support of the needs of others suffering from depression or similar conditions. WAMO’s vision is for a safety net of flexible, 24/7 services and resources available for individuals struggling with depression and their families or care-givers. No one should reach out and get a busy-signal or out-of-office response on what could be their last day, or with help, could be the day when it all turns for the better.

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Our 3rd annual benefit on October 26th in Josh’s memory was a great success. We had our best turnout yet, sold several autographed copies of our book, and raised more funds to move further toward our goals. Most importantly, we enjoyed an amazing afternoon with the people who matter most, listening to great music, and remembering Josh.

Thank you all so much for coming out to support us. We would also like to thank several people who helped us along the way: Josephine Carubia, John Recca and Cathy Squires, Colby Hopkins, Alana Riley, Tom Ferarro, Nino Paldan, Chad and Dick Souza, Mark Tabor, Dave Howard, Neil Vitullo, Tim Taylor, the staff at the Narragansett Cafe, and the Jamestown Press.

We are so thankful for all of your support. We look forward to seeing you next year!

~The Barbers

“Becoming The Blues: A Family Memoir” – OFFICIALLY RELEASED!

Visit www.BecomingTheBlues.com to learn more about the book or to purchase it online.


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