Specialized Suicide Prevention Training - May 17-18 Santa Fe

The Lesbian and Gay Community Funding Partnership at the Santa Fe Community Foundation is more than happy to support the Santa Fe Mountain Center’s partnership with the Trevor Project.

Despite huge advances in tolerance and acceptance, many LGBTQI youth continue to be at great risk for violence, bullying, and the associated stress and depression that comes with being a marginalized minority. We hope that our support sends a strong message that we all need to pay closer attention and take better care of our most vulnerable community members.

Specialized Suicide Prevention Training
The Santa Fe Mountain Center is sponsoring this training with the Trevor Project out of Los Angeles Ca. The Trevor Project is a non-profit organization that is solely dedicated to suicide prevention in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning youth LGBTQQ communities and present trainings all over the U.S.  Mr. Dave Reynolds, M.P H, C.P H will be our trainer and comes with an impressive background and extensive experience in this field.

May 17th and 18th

May 17
"Life Guard” (guarding people lives) training for youth that focuses on anti-bullying, oppression issues and suicide prevention
Time: 4:00-6:30
Where: Warehouse 21

A forum open to the community to address local issues, successes and concerns.
Time: 7:00 –8:00
Where: Warehouse 21

May 18
Training for therapist, teachers, principles, administrators, doctors, nurses, parents, providers, state employees, non-profits etc. The content focuses on: Bullying, oppression issues, and suicide intervention and prevention

Times: 8:30-1:00
Where: The Lodge at Santa Fe

Special guests and opening keynote will be conducted by:  Children, Youth and Families Department Secretary Dorian Dodson & Deputy Secretary Marisol Atkins

Space will be limited so register early: https://www.regonline.com/sfmc

$50.00 per person, includes morning snack and beverage.

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