Teacher Training in Suicide Prevention Curricula - Lifelines and Middle School Lessons
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This full day training is a "dual training" session including a break-out in the afternoon for Middle School Lessons and Lifelines Lessons trainings.

When: THURSDAY March 2nd
From 8:30 am Until 3:30 pm
Where: Burton Cross State Office Building Room 103
111 Sewall Street
Augusta, Maine  04330
United States
Contact: Amy Ouellette
800-464-5767 Ext. 2310

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Learn How to Teach Youth about Suicide Prevention through this full day "dual training" session including break-out sessions in the afternoon for Middle School Lessons and the Lifelines Program!


  • The Middle School Lessons for Suicide Prevention are developed for delivery within grades 5 – 8 and include mental health, stress and coping strategies as well as suicide awareness.
  • The Lifelines Program is designed to be delivered within grades 7 – 10 and offers basic suicide awareness and how to access help through caring adults.





Training space provided by DOE.

Lunch is not provided, but a break will be given to take lunch on your own.


This session will be facilitated by Susan Berry, Health Education and Health Promotion Coordinator Maine D.O.E. and

Greg Marley LCSW, Clinical Director NAMI Maine under the Maine Suicide Prevention Program led by the Maine CDC.