Serving as the Region's
Gateway to Hope
Join us in fostering HOPE for a suicide-safe community. Together we can save lives.
View the Spring 2023 Speaker Series
PUTTING PRIVILEGE TO WORK: IMPLICATIONS OF LEGISLATION ON SUICIDE SAFETY FOR LGBTQ+ YOUTH
Speakers: Casey Pick, JD, and Katie Heiden-Rootes, PhD
Meetings are typically held the 2nd Thursday of the month. Please contact the coalition for more information.
Missouri Suicide Prevention Network
See training section
Thank you to Jessi LaRose, MSPN, for presenting at our March 2023 meeting!
LAYING THE FOUNDATION
The St. Louis Regional Suicide Prevention Coalition theme/focus for 2023 is: Strengthening Infrastructure. The Coalition continues to emphasize building its infrastructure and knowledge base for suicide prevention in the metropolitan region (including counties in Missouri and Illinois), since its mission and vision were established in 2019.
Individuals can get involved in the Coalition’s efforts through the following 2023 initiatives:
1. 2023 Speaker Series, overseen by the Speaker Series Committee and assembling presenters for this year’s educational seminars.
2. Needs Assessment and Resource Inventory, whose committee is focused on identifying key needs to direct Coalition suicide prevention priorities in 2024 and making available current resources for distribution.
3. Membership & Finance Committee, which is developing a membership registration and participation model, as well as financial protocols, to sustain Coalition efforts.
4. Steering Committee, whose leader-level members guide these diverse efforts, communication, and collaboration among Coalition members.
Other ways to get involved include telling people about the Coalition and making a donation toward Coalition programs. Click here for the donation form, hosted by Provident. Please note under “Additional Comments” your donation is for the St. Louis Regional Suicide Prevention Coalition.
Sept. 10 IS WORLD SUICIDE PREVENTION DAY
Our Mission: We foster hope through an engaged community dedicated to preventing suicide in the St. Louis region by serving as a gateway for education, resources and advocacy.