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FREE Trainings

Upcoming In-Person Events:

  • Feb 21, 2024, 12:30 PM – 4:30 PM
    Somerton, 240 W Canal St, Somerton, AZ 85350, USA
    We will be at the Somerton Library providing a listening ear & problem-solving solutions, encouraging suicide prevention for Yuma County residents! Come say hello!
  • Feb 13, 2024, 9:30 AM – 2:30 PM
    Yuma, 13226 S Frontage Rd, Yuma, AZ 85367, USA
    We will be outside the Foothills Public Library in Yuma, AZ! Came say hello, vent about life's troubles, or learn about how we can help you and your family, or your agency, with suicide prevention strategies and trainings. Open to the public.
  • Jan 31, 2024, 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM
    Yuma, 1340 S 4th Ave, Yuma, AZ 85364, USA
    Learn basic suicide prevention techniques and what to do if you encounter someone who is experiencing suicidal thoughts or behaviors. This course is officially called QPR Gatekeeper Training.
  • Jan 31, 2024, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
    Yuma, 1340 S 4th Ave, Yuma, AZ 85364, USA
    Learn basic suicide prevention techniques and what to do if you encounter someone who is experiencing suicidal thoughts or behaviors. This course is officially called QPR Gatekeeper Training.
  • Jan 30, 2024, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
    Yuma, 1340 S 4th Ave, Yuma, AZ 85364, USA
    Learn basic suicide prevention techniques and what to do if you encounter someone who is experiencing suicidal thoughts or behaviors. There will be a certificate upon completion. This course is officially called QPR Gatekeeper Training.

FREE webinars & in-person trainings

Helping to educate the public to prevent Veteran suicide.

Ask us about custom trainings for your office/group: info@nchponline.org

Training Library

In-person trainings just not your thing? We now have a public training library so you can learn on your own schedule! Check it out below.

Past webinars:

December 13th

Veteran Grief & Loss Webinar - 10 am

The holiday season can be a challenging time for Veterans and their loved ones as they navigate potential first seasons without a friend, family member or loved one.

 

If you or your loved one is a grieving Veteran this holiday season, join us for this webinar as we discuss the varieties of grief experienced by Veterans and their families. We will cover dealing with grief, common losses experienced by Veterans, how grief can be expressed, the overall grief process, self-care for healing through grief and how to get help when the grief is overwhelming.

 

Duration: 30-45 minutes

Registration is required.

November 15

Reduction to Access to Lethal Means - Family and Friends Edition Webinar- 10 am

Looking for ways to help keep your suicidal loved one safe? Check out our Reduction of Access to Lethal Means webinar!

This presentation focuses on educating you on lethal means and how we can reduce access to them to help protect suicidal individuals. We will discuss facts and statistics related to lethal means as well as actionable steps that YOU can take as the family member, friend or community of the suicidal individual to help keep them safe.
Duration: 45-60 minutes
Suicide Prevention Resources included as well as a certificate of completion. 

December 6

Grief & Loss Webinar -10 am

How does one handle the loss of something important to them?

Grief takes many forms. Grief can represent the deep sorrow and ache a person feels after the loss of something or someone important to them. Unfortunately, members of our armed forces know all too well the losses they experience throughout their time in the service as well as the time following their separation from the military. Whether you’re a Veteran, member of the armed forces, or a loved one of either of those, join us for this webinar where we discuss the losses our military members experience, how those are expressed, and how they cope and adapt to that change. You’ll walk away with tools and resources to help you adapt to your grief or acknowledge the grief in others.

Samantha Bunker

Health Educator-Trainer

I’m a Midwest transplant to the southwest.  I enjoy spending time with my husband, two kids, and two dogs, especially our nightly evening walks. I’m a big Chicago Cubs fan, enjoy playing fantasy football, and would rather spend time in the mountains than on the beach. I love learning things. 

My favorite thing about working for NCHP is knowing that the smallest things that I do every day are having the biggest impact on our Veterans and their families. I like supporting Veterans because I know how much it’s needed. I’ve seen firsthand the devastation of Veteran suicide and how lack of awareness and education contributes to that. I like knowing I have the ability and resources to educate others in the hopes that one day we can end suicide. 

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From custom group trainings to one-on-one support, message us to get started.

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