Who is our training for?
Suicide and mental health does not discriminate by age, gender, or level of income. Our programming is for schools, workplaces, organizations, teams, coaches, after school programs, clubs, youth groups, and senior’s groups and more.
Contact us for training.
Angela Fetch Muzyka | Community Development Coordinator
Coordinated Suicide Prevention Program “Serving the Tri -Region” Stony Plain Family Community Support Services Forrest Green Plaza 107, 4613 52 Avenue Stony Plain, AB T7Z 1E7 Direct: 780.963.2151 Ext. 1955 | email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming Training Dates
February 25, 2020 5PM - 8:30PM
#107, 4613-52 Avenue, Stony Plain
Register at email@example.com
April 23, 2020 5PM-9PM
Town of Devon
Register at: https://devon.recdesk.com/Community/Program
Suicide Alertness is for Everyone
Whether directly or indirectly, most people with thoughts of suicide invite help to stay safe. SafeTALK is a 3.5 hour training that prepares participants to recognize these invitations and connect a person with thoughts of suicide to intervention resources. Powerful videos illustrate the importance of suicide alertness, while discussion and practice stimulate learning.
Who should attend?
Anyone 16+ who wants to help people be safer from suicide.
- Move beyond common tendencies to miss, dismiss or avoid suicide;
- Recognize people who have thoughts of suicide, and;
- Apply the TALK steps to connect a person with thoughts of suicide to a suicide first-aid intervention caregiver.T