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Sullivan 180 offering Suicide Prevention Training for Law Enforcement and Emergency Service Professionals

Become trained in Suicide Prevention

Posted 6/11/21

FERNDALE – Sullivan 180 is offering a virtual training in suicide prevention, specifically designed for law enforcement and emergency service professionals. The participants will be trained to …

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Sullivan 180 offering Suicide Prevention Training for Law Enforcement and Emergency Service Professionals

Become trained in Suicide Prevention

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FERNDALE – Sullivan 180 is offering a virtual training in suicide prevention, specifically designed for law enforcement and emergency service professionals. The participants will be trained to be QPR Gatekeepers, teaching suicide prevention warning signs and QPR’s three life-saving skills: Question, Persuade, and Refer. Sullivan County has the highest suicide mortality rate in the Hudson Valley and this specially-focused training for law enforcement and emergency service professionals offers learning opportunities for those who are especially likely to come into contact with individuals who are in-crisis or suicidal. These situations are unique, with special groups and stressors which require special care and training tailored to the profession. The 2-hour virtual training will take place on Monday, June 21 from 6 – 8 p.m. To register now, visit: forms.gle/ nkzZVfDoM2edLyN7A or email Sullivan 180 at info@sullivan180.org. Sullivan 180’s mission is to build a healthy, vibrant Sullivan County where everyone has a sense of purpose, connection to family and community and access to fresh foods and an active lifestyle.

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