Utilizing new methods for understanding recovery can help us develop more inclusive
definitions, measurements, and services for survivors of suicide attempts. This workshop will center psychiatric justice in the recovery experience. Psychiatric justice refers to the proactive reinforcement of policies, practices, attitudes and actions that produce equitable power, access, opportunities, treatment, impacts and outcomes for people living with
mental health conditions, their loved ones, and their allies. Throughout history, the mental health system has criminalized and pathologized suicide attempt survivors, and in many ways continues to systematically exclude, punish, and discriminate against them.
What: Join local yoga teachers, Dana Knerl + Melissa Bartoletta to
experience how yoga is modality to promote mental well-being!
Where: Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater, Vail, CO
August 30 and 31: 8am-4:30pm both days.
No Cost, lunch provided both days.
To register: email: Mollyfiore@gmail.com
CDPHE- Office of Suicide Prevention Data Presentation
I want to invite you all to our volunteer night June 27th 5:30-7:30pm at the Gypsum Ambulance Building Classroom.
We will be sharing all opportunities to participate and get involved with suicide prevention efforts from helping with our events to bringing someone food after a loss. There are plenty of ways to get involved and we will share them all!
You will also be QPR certified at this training and on your way to helping make this important difference.
Hope to see you there and PLEASE share with anyone who may be interested.
Safe Reporting on Suicide with Dr. Dan Reidenberg
A Free training for media professionals and a presentation for the community.
Why- The way stories about suicide are reported can help prevent additional suicides and promote help-seeking behavior.
8-9am - Community Presentation
9:30-10:30am - Media Training
3 locations to choose from:
CMC Edwards- 150 Miller Ranch Road, Room 234 via Live Broadcast
CMC Glenwood Springs- 802 Grand Ave, Room 302 via Live Broadcast
CMC Aspen - 255 Sage Way, Room 201, Live Presentation
"In Eagle County there were 45 deaths by suicide between 2012-2017".
Join Gypsum Java & Juice to raise awareness during a community fundraiser to benefit Speak Up Reach Out.
Activities will include:
• Bounce Houses
• Rock Climbing
• Fitness Classes
• Silent Auction
• And More!
Cost: $5 per person OR $20 per family
*Memberships and punchcards are not allowed if participating in scheduled activities.*
We are currently looking for sponsors, donations for the raffle and silent auction.
Please contact Claire Fox at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in helping out in any way.
A one hour training, modeled after CPR, teaching the warning signs of suicide and how to save a life of someone in suicidal crisis.