The utilization of distance learning tools is an integral part of the technical assistance and training services. As part of the CCC SMHP TTA Project, webinars on relevant topics are offered on a regular basis and archived for future use. Users can download recordings and other materials for each topic.
Suicide Prevention Week is September 5-11 and we’re planning ahead! Please join us for a free Webinar on July 12 from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. that will provide an overview of resources and materials available through Each Mind Matters and the Know the Signs suicide prevention campaign to support your local suicide prevention efforts, with a special focus on reaching older adults.
Older adults are at an increased risk of suicide as they cope with health problems, increased isolation and loss. Yet, there are many opportunities for healthcare providers, aging services and other providers to assess and intervene with depressed and suicidal individuals. The Each Mind Matters Team resource navigators have developed a toolkit and a webinar will be held on Tuesday, July 12 to:
Information about counseling and crisis support services offered by the Friendship Line for older adults will also be shared.
Who should attend? Representatives from county behavioral health agencies, CBOs planning to host suicide prevention activities, elder services programs, Area Agencies on Aging and public health professionals.
The following are descriptions of the webinars that are scheduled to be offered as part of the CCC SMHP TTA Project and for which you may register to participate. All completed webinars are taped, archived and available to be viewed at any time. To view an archived webinar you can click on the icon immediately following the description.