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safeTALk teaches members of the community to recognize people with

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									safeTALk teaches members of the community to recognize people with thoughts of suicide and to connect them
to suicide first aid resources. This half-day workshop offers a carefully crafted set of helping steps and the use of
creative educational processes to make it possible for attendees to leave safeTALK willing and able to be
suicide alert helpers.
            In only a few hours, attendees will learn how to:
               ¾ provide practical help to people with thoughts of suicide
                ¾     be a suicide alert helper
                ¾    be aware that opportunities to help a person with thoughts of suicide are
                     sometimes missed, dismissed and avoided
                ¾     activate a suicide alert using the TALK steps (Tell, Ask, Listen and KeepSafe)
                ¾     connect people with thoughts of suicide to people trained in suicide intervention


safeTALK is for everyone who wants to help prevent suicide: front line workers, clergy, volunteers, parents,
youth*, teachers, law enforcement...anyone who want to help with suicide prevention.
                                                                                            *safeTALK is for anyone age 15 and older.
                                                                       Younger persons may attend with the consent of parent or guardian.

When: Tuesday, September 15th 2009         Facilitator:                            Cost: * $10 (checks accepted by mail)
   9:00am - 12:00pm                          Sue Eastgard                           * Funding for this training was partially underwritten by
   Check in 8:30-9:00am                      YSPP Executive Director                 SM-06-005 from SAMHSA through the Washing-
   (workshop starts promptly at 9am)                                                 ton State Department of Health; under the Garrett Lee
                                           Sponsor:
Where:                                       Youth Suicide Prevention Program        Smith Memorial Actt.
   St. Luke’s Community Health                                                     Deadline: Registration and payment of $10
   Education Center
                                           Clock Hours: 3 CEU hours approved
                                             by ESD 189 and NASW - provider           must be received by Friday, September 11th
   3333 Squalicum Parkway                                                             2009; otherwise payment at the door will be
                                             #1975-139
   Bellingham, WA 98225                                                               $15 (cash or check accepted)
Directions                                 Registration:
                                             Register Online                       Mail check to: Attn: Raquel Reyes
More Info: For additional information,                                                Youth Suicide Prevention Program
   please contact:Raquel Reyes at:                                                    444 NE Ravenna Blvd. Suite 401
   raquel@yspp.org or (206)297-5922                                                   Seattle, WA 98115




                                                               www.yspp.org

								
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