Suicide Prevention Trainings

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Become A Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper

Suicide prevention trainings are for everyone, and they benefit everyone.  Whether you’ve been impacted by suicide, want to educate yourself on a topic that may not be talked about in your life, or want to be more comfortable talking about suicide, knowing more can help you do more. Raise your confidence and decrease the stigma of mental illness and suicide with free suicide prevention training.  

QPR Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training

For: Students, Staff, & Faculty
Cost: Free

QPR stands for Question, Persuade, Refer

These 3 simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. As a QPR-trained gatekeeper you will learn to recognize the warning signs of suicide, how to talk with someone you are concerned about, connect those in need with resources, and potentially save a life.

Register For An Open QPR Training

Fall 2023

(please click on the day/time to register)

Location: Health Promotion Hideaway at Bear Down

  • Monday, October 2, 11-12:30pm
  • Wednesday, November 8, 3-4:30pm

Request A QPR Training

To request a training for your department, student group, class, etc. please contact: 

Ryley Tegler with Campus Health:

Chad Myler with Life & Work Connections:
520-626-4760 | 

For additional support, please call the National Suicide & Crisis Lifeline 24/7 at 988 or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741-741​.

You Don't Need to Be an Expert to Help

More ways to support student mental health:

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Mental Health First Aid Training

Learn how to reach out and provide initial mental health support and connect someone to the appropriate care.

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Together We Care Tools & Training

Skills and tools faculty, staff, and instructors can use to support student health and wellbeing.

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Peer support resources and strategies students can use to support their friends or reach out for help.