Promoting Help-seeking among College Students: Strategies for Suicide Prevention
In this webinar presenters will share recent research findings and describe strategies their campuses employ to increase the likelihood that a student who needs mental health services will seek out assistance. Pre-registration is requested. May 22, 3-4:30 ET.
Community Champions Conference Call Please join us on May 20th at 3:30. Our group of Community Champions – people willing to engage others in conversations about risk of suicide and ways to promote safety in our communities continues to grow. Join us to learn how important every conversation is and how you can make a difference! Call-in details to follow.
safeTALK – Suicide Awareness for Everyone
June 26th 9:00-1:00 at the Putnam Hospital Center
safeTALK is for all community members. Learn to recognize when someone may be at risk, how to begin a conversation and most importantly how to connect with community resources that can help effectively.
There is no charge to register but space is limited. Registration deadline: June 13.
New Support Group for mothers who have lost a child to suicide.
Rebecca Walkley will facilitate the time-limited group which will meet from June through September on Wednesday nights from 7:00-8:30 PM in Mount Kisco. For more information, click here
Ms. Walkley has facilitated a suicide survivor’s support group and closed loss focused groups since 2009. She can be reached at 914-262-6320 and www.rebeccawalkley.com