Community Programs

Community Programs for Awareness and Prevention

Suicide prevention efforts should be informed by the key issues faced within communities (i.e. stigma, social stressors, lack of trained mental health workers, access to mental health care), the resources already available (counseling, primary care, sports clubs, events), and the skills and strengths of individuals and organizations in the community.

Let us bring programs that will help create support systems in your communities and begin conversations that will help with awareness and prevention.

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All Programs

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Just One Life Matters

We’ve created a survey that will help you in answering basic questions about senior care
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Question Persuade Refer

Suicide Gatekeeper Training (Ages 16+) 3 simple steps to learn to help save a life from suicide.

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It's Real: Teens & Mental Health

Join Ray, a suicide loss survivor, in a discussion on how mental health issues in our youth affect the community.

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Teen Mental Health First Aid

tMHFA is an evidence-based training that teaches high school students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grades.

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Screening of "Inside Out" & Discussion

Screening of the movie "Inside Out" and Discussion designed for 8+ audiences. 

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My Ascension

Documentary & Discussion. A film to spread hope and fight suicide.

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8526 Oak Ridge Dr.
Spicer, MN 56288

Cell: 320-295-6000
Cell: 320-235-0030

Suicide
Resources

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Walk Out of the Darkness

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