This site is designed to provide research-based and best practice information to anyone who may come into contact with individuals struggling with suicidal thoughts and behaviors, including educators, mental health professionals, medical professionals, and the general community. New courses will be added to the site in an ongoing manner, including courses that address suicide prevention across the lifespan.
Select featured courses include the following:
- Suicide Prevention for Educators (an 8-class course that can fulfill Act 71 requirements for schools)
- Assessment and Clinical Management of Suicidal Youth
- Method Restriction: Primary Care and Public Health Approaches
When visiting the site for the first time, users must click the “login” tab to register, creating a username and password. Then, click the “All Courses” tab to view all site content. Any trainings that users complete will be documented on a transcript that may be downloaded, and some courses will offer printable certificates.
We hope you find this online training resource useful in supporting your personal and professional suicide prevention efforts!
Grace Kindt | Drug & Alcohol Program Supervisor, Division of Prevention & Intervention
Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs