Building Caring Connections in Maine
This training is funded by a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to the Maine Suicide Prevention Program, a program of the Maine CDC.
The likelihood of schools or youth-serving agencies encountering a suicidal youth is real. Few events are more painful or potentially disruptive to the community than suicide. Protocols provide guidance on steps to take to safely assist youth and staff by providing them with direction, structure and support. This protocol workshop will provide schools a hands-on opportunity to learn important information to develop/strengthen suicide prevention, intervention and postvention protocols.
You and one member of your school or district are invited to attend. When registering, you will be required to provide contact information on the person accompanying you to this workshop. Please note that at least one participant from each school must have attended a Gatekeeper training within the past 5 years.
Participants will receive 4 contact hours for attending this course.
This training is funded by a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to the Maine Suicide Prevention Program, a program of the Maine CDC. To help us meet grant requirements, your participation in this workshop will require you to complete a short pre-survey upon registration and provide any suicide protocols/policies your school has to the University of New England, the program evaluators.
To better serve you, we also ask that you please bring any suicide protocols/policies you have with you to the workshop.