SUICIDE PREVENTION TRAINING

Mental Health First Aid Training

Training that teaches signs and symptoms of mental health disorders and how to help someone in a mental health crisis.

SUICIDE PREVENTION TRAINING

Enough Abuse

Enough abuse is a 2-hour training on sexual abuse, which is one of the leading reasons for suicidal ideation and attempts. We are providing adults and communities with the knowledge and skills they need to put an end to the silence, and eventually, the epidemic of child sexual abuse.

SUICIDE PREVENTION TRAINING

ACEs

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) have a tremendous impact on future violence victimization and perpetration, and lifelong health and opportunity. Working together, we can help create neighborhoods, communities and a world in which every child can thrive.

SUICIDE PREVENTION TRAINING

Mending Broken Hearts

Mending Broken Hearts is a 12-week course where we help our community to heal from unresolved grief and the losses created by the legacy of historical and inter-generational trauma.

Suicide Prevention Begins with Education

Who Needs to Know the Warning Signs of Suicide?

Who Needs to Know How to Do a Suicide Intervention?

Who Can Help Save a Life To Suicide?

EVERYONE!

Suicide is Everyone’s Loss; THEREFORE, “Suicide Prevention is Everyone’s Business”. While it may be difficult to talk about ‘suicide’, it cannot remain a taboo subject. We must remain connected to
everyone and help each other, even when they are suicidal.

Overcome this myth:

Know that if you reach out to someone in good faith to help them, you are not liable for what may or may not happen to them because you are covered by the Good Samaritan Law. Everyone has to talk about suicide and should know how to do a suicide intervention.
An intervention is not counseling and by learning how to intervene on someone whose thoughts of suicide are an imminent risk, you are not providing ongoing therapy. You are intervening on someone’s potential actions before they harm
themselves and ensuring that they are safe until they do receive mental health treatment of counseling and therapy.

Imagine this …

Imagine yourself having a conversation with a friend, loved one, or even a stranger and they tell you they want to die.

What will you do and say?

Bringing Tough Subjects Out to the Front Porch

Trainings
To raise awareness and reduce the incidence of suicide within our community, the Front Porch Coalition is bringing the tough subjects out to the front porch.

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Mental Health First Aid

This eight-hour course teaches you to identify and help people with mental health problems, including depression, anxiety, bipolar depression, etc.

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ACEs

2 hour training on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) have a tremendous impact on future violence victimization and perpetration, and lifelong health and opportunity. Working together, we can help create neighborhoods, communities, and a world in which every child can thrive.

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Enough Abuse

2-Hour training on sexual abuse is one of many reasons why someone would want to die by suicide. We are providing adults and communities with the knowledge and skills they need to put an end to the silence, and eventually, the epidemic of child sexual abuse.

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Mending Broken Hearts

12-week course where we help our community to heal from unresolved grief and the losses created by the legacy of historical and intergenerational trauma.

Trainings occur frequently so check the calendar of events by clicking on “Events” link above to see what is available to meet your interests.

To inquire about the training schedule or to host a specific training for your staff, clientele, and/or organization, please contact us via email at office@frontporchcoalition.org or call 605•348•6692.