Vail Valley Partnership Hosts Working Minds: Suicide Prevention for the workplace
Nov
7
1:00 PM13:00

Vail Valley Partnership Hosts Working Minds: Suicide Prevention for the workplace

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Event date: November 7

1:00pm - 3:00pm

Colorado Mountain College, Edwards Campus
150 Miller Ranch Road
Room 249
Edwards, CO 81632

The 2-hour Working Minds Training gives participants the tools and skills to appreciate the critical need for suicide prevention while creating a forum for dialogue and critical thinking about workplace mental health challenges. The program builds a business case for suicide prevention while promoting help-seeking and help-giving.

Presented By: Molly Fiore, Programming Director, SpeakUp ReachOut 

Complimentary for VVP Members / Public Price = $20

To register: https://www.vailvalleypartnership.com/event/working-minds/

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A Vital Conversation: Protecting Our Kids
May
8
6:00 PM18:00

A Vital Conversation: Protecting Our Kids

Eagle County Community,

Over the last two years our county has experienced more suicide deaths than ever recorded. This loss has been felt by all and we are in a vulnerable place, our most vulnerable are our youngest generation. I just read a recent study that the number of children going to the ER for suicidal ideation and attempts has doubled. 43% of the visits were for kids ages 5-11. AND here is the thing, suicide is the most preventable cause of death. We can make this different for our kids if we know what to look for and how to intervene. THIS NEEDS TO BE A COMMUNITY EFFORT. We cannot afford to have anyone missing from the table. Please join us for this vital conversation and learn how we can make this difference for all our kids.

Molly Fiore, Program Director, SpeakUp ReachOut

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A Vital Conversation: Protecting Our Kids
May
7
6:00 PM18:00

A Vital Conversation: Protecting Our Kids

Eagle County Community,

Over the last two years our county has experienced more suicide deaths than ever recorded. This loss has been felt by all and we are in a vulnerable place, our most vulnerable are our youngest generation. I just read a recent study that the number of children going to the ER for suicidal ideation and attempts has doubled. 43% of the visits were for kids ages 5-11. AND here is the thing, suicide is the most preventable cause of death. We can make this different for our kids if we know what to look for and how to intervene. THIS NEEDS TO BE A COMMUNITY EFFORT. We cannot afford to have anyone missing from the table. Please join us for this vital conversation and learn how we can make this difference for all our kids.

Molly Fiore, Program Director, SpeakUp ReachOut

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