QPR Suicide Prevention Training

QPR Suicide Prevention Training
Welcome to "QPR Suicide Prevention Training" Workshop

Date/Time: May 22nd, 2024 | 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM EST
Location: Virtual Workshop


About the Workshop:

Prepare to make a difference with the "QPR Suicide Prevention Training," a national, evidence-based program that aims to increase the chances of survival in a suicidal crisis. Just as CPR helps you assist an individual having a heart attack, QPR teaches you how to save a life by questioning, persuading, and referring someone at risk of suicide.

Workshop Highlights:

- Understanding QPR: Learn the crucial steps of Question, Persuade, and Refer to effectively address a situation where someone might be suicidal.
- Empowerment: Find out how you can help yourself or others learn more about suicide prevention.
- Insight into Suicidal Behavior: Gain an understanding of the common causes behind suicidal thoughts and actions.
- Recognizing the Warning Signs: Become proficient in identifying the warning signs of suicide.
- Crisis Intervention: Learn how to take action and get help for someone experiencing a crisis.

Who Should Attend:

This workshop is vital for everyone - educators, students, community leaders, healthcare professionals, and concerned individuals. QPR provides the tools anyone can use to help prevent a suicide.

Training Benefits:

By participating in this workshop, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge and skills to act swiftly and effectively in situations where they're needed the most. This training is especially beneficial for those looking to understand more about suicide prevention, those who want to be prepared to help others in crisis, or anyone interested in mental health advocacy.

Register Now:

Secure your spot in this essential training to become a QPR Gatekeeper. Your involvement could save a life by ensuring that individuals in crisis receive the help they desperately need.


Sign Up Now: [Click Here to Register]


Join us in our commitment to saving lives through education, understanding, and action. Together, we can build a community of care where no one has to face a crisis alone.
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