Perspective is Everything


6 Trainings to Live By

Efforts to prevent suicide are being implemented in our schools, workplaces and community centers. We are here to educate anyone in our community who is interested is saving lives.


Who: Signs of Suicide® Prevention program is designed for middle and high school-age students

What: A nationally recognized program that teaches students how to identify the symptoms of depression in themselves or their friends, and encourages help-seeking through the use of the ACT® technique (Acknowledge, Care, Tell).

How: Email us at for program details


Who: Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training for caregivers, counselors, and school psychologists

What: A two-day workshop on teaching suicide first-aid to help a person at risk stay safe and seek further help.

How: Email us at for program details


Who: Question, Persuade and Refer is an emergency mental health intervention for lay and professional gatekeepers

What: Learn how to recognize and respond positively to suicide warning signs and behaviors.

How: Visit the QPR Institute online


Who: For workplace administrators and employees

What: An off-the-shelf program that creates a forum for dialogue and critical thinking about workplace mental health challenges. Choose from three programs: a 1-hour “lunchtime” presentation, a 1.5-hour workshop, or a 3.5-hour intensive training.

How: Email us at for in-house facilitation


Who: For parents, caregivers, teachers, health and human services workers, and caring individuals

What: Learn how to help an adolescent who is experiencing a mental health or addictions challenge, or is in crisis.

Testimonial: From one participant... "The training was so eye opening to me and made me realize so much about my own upbringing and how I want my son's experience to be different."

How: Email us at for in-house facilitation


Who: For anyone 18 years and older

What: who wants to learn how to help a person who may be experiencing a mental health related crisis or problem. Topics covered include anxiety, depression, psychosis, and addictions.

How: Email us at for in-house facilitation