Featured Training

Missouri Ask. Listen. Refer is a free, online training designed to help Missouri residents prevent suicide by teaching participants to identify people at risk for suicide, recognize the risk and protective factors and warning signs of suicide, and how to respond to and get help for someone in need. The training takes approximately 20 minutes to complete and includes a pre- and post-test and a certificate upon completion. Take the training today at.http://moasklistenrefer.org.  

SUICIDE PREVENTION SPEAKER SERIES

MAY 13, 2022

WHAT'S DATA GOT TO DO WITH IT?

USING TECHNOLOGY TO REDUCE SUICIDE 

Training

The following is a selection of recognized training for suicide prevention and intervention. Many of these programs are offered by providers in the St. Louis metro area. See local providers on the Resources page.   

Mental Health & Medical Providers

Assessing & Managing Suicide Risk (AMSR)

Counseling on Access to Lethal Means (CALM)

Community & General Public

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)

Conversation (CALM)

gun shop owners/public

Mental Health First Aid

Upcoming Missouri Mental Health First Aid Training Events

Question Persuade Refer (QPR)

S.A.V.E Training
veterans at risk for suicide
call STL VA at (314) 652-4100, ext. 66166

Talks Saves Lives 

Youth-Related

Signs of Suicide (SOS)

6th-12th grade students

SOS Trusted Adult Training

gatekeepers

Youth Mental Health First Aid

adult gatekeepers

Coalition Presentations: Archive

Sept. 2021:
Brandon Anderson

Pledge of Hope Campaign

Associated General Contractors of America 

Oct. 2021:
Jessi LaRose

Gun Violence Initiative

Missouri Foundation
for Health

Nov. 2021:
Katie Ellison

Safer Homes Collaborative

Missouri Institute of Mental Health

University of Missouri-St. Louis

Jan. 2022:
Rose Jackson-Beavers

Bridgees to Care and Recovery

RECORDING

Behavioral Health Network of Greater St. Louis

Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis

Compass Health
Network

Apr. 2022:

Liz Sale
The State of Suicide in Missouri

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Missouri Institute of Mental Health

Missouri Partners In Prevention

Aug. 2022:
Mike Binetsch
Veterans Affairs Suicide Prevention Services

RECORDING

St. Louis VA Hospital

2022:
Presenter

Presentation

RECORDING

Organization

2022:

Presenter
Presentation

RECORDING

Organization

MARCH 2021 SPEAKER SERIES

EQUITABLE AND CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE SUICIDE PREVENTION: INCREASING EQUITY IN COMMUNITIES

  • March 5, 2021 - Widening the Lens: Setting the Stage for Social Justice and Racial Equity in Suicide Prevention - Pata Suyeemoto, PhD, Jennifer Kelliher, and Tiffany Lacy Clark

  • March 12, 2021 - And How are the Children? Cultural Responsiveness and Equity in Preventing Suicide in our Schools - Jonathan B. Singer, PhD, LCSW, and Terry Harris, PhD

Widening the Lens

Widening the Lens

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And How are the Children?

And How are the Children?

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TRAINING VIDEOS & SLIDES