Our Services

Services and Community Events Sponsored by FailSafe For Life

What We Do

Education and Community Events for Suicide Prevention

  • Saturation Training
    Saturation Training” or basic education to the key
    gatekeepers laid out in the National Strategy for Suicide
    Prevention along with any other interested party. 

     

  • Advanced Training
    Advanced level training for helping professions or those who
    would be providing emergency and/or ongoing care.

     

  • Awareness Campaigns
    Awareness campaigns to bring this issue to the attention of
    the community.

     

  • Coordination with the Media
    Working with the media to promote proper coverage and
    prevent contagion.

     

  • Supporting Prevention Methods
    Supporting means restriction as an effective method of prevention.
     

  • Community Involvement
    Working with existing organizations and groups to create a
    collaborative, efficient effort.

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Upcoming Events

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)

Check back for 2023 dates coming soon!

Question Persuade Refer (QPR) Training

NEW Date: Thursday December 15th, 2022 

Time: 6:00-7:30 pm

Location: Virtual via Zoom (link sent upon registration) 

Date: Wednesday January 18th, 2023 

Time: 12:00-1:30 pm

Location: Virtual via Zoom (link sent upon registration) 

About QPR: QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and
Refer — the 3 simple steps anyone can
learn to help save a life from suicide.
Just as people trained in CPR and the
Heimlich Maneuver help save thousands
of lives each year, people trained in QPR
learn how to recognize the warning
signs of a suicide crisis and how to
question, persuade, and refer someone
to help.

Learn How to:

  • Recognize someone in crisis

  • Review the risk of suicide

  • Reach out and offer support

  • Apply a suicide intervention model

  • Link people with community resources

Terms:

  • Cost:  No Charge.  Cost is typically $30 per person.  We are able to offer this at a reduced rate thanks to generous donations by supporters and grant funds from Providence.  

  • Participants 16 and older are welcome to attend.

  • Space is limited, registration is required.  

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"It (ASIST) delivered as promised.  I didn’t think I would come away with any useful tools, but learned a wealth of knowledge.  Also, because of the way it was taught, I feel confident that I have the new skills and also that I will not forget them.  The trainers were excellent.  Thank you!" - Attendee

"This is an excellent training for anyone who works with people. All people, all ages, all socio-economic levels, can be at risk for depression and suicidal thinking. This great training gives you the tools to be able to comfortably engage someone in a conversation that will lead them to get the help they need. Medical professionals, coaches, parents, youth pastors and workers, Scout leaders, teachers, elder caregivers - anyone can learn good skills from this excellent training." - Jan Bassier, Attendee