QPR TRAINING for suicide prevention: “Question, Persuade, Refer”
Ask a Question, save a life
QPR provides trainees with an effective, evidence-based emergency response to mental health crises, much like CPR for physical emergencies.
Riveredge offers free QPR Training to help people learn these specific, immediately applicable life-saving skills while experiencing the benefits of spending time outside. Becoming QPR trained is a positive way to take action in light of the mental health crisis that exists in our communities. The full training is 1.5 hours. The first hour is the evidence-based QPR training. The last 30 mins includes a nature walk to practice coping skills and benefit from the healing impact of time outdoors.
Beginning February 15th, 2023, Riveredge offers QPR from 5:30-7:00 pm every third Thursday of the month. Check our events calendar to see dates.
We also provide free on-site training to organizations, non-profits, churches, or companies that are located in or serve Washington County. We can work together to fit your schedule! Please contact Sharon Cross at 262-375-2715 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a training for your organization.
Quotes from attendees…
“I’ve participated in many mental health trainings over the years, but this one gave me clear ways to respond to someone in crisis and the nature walk helped me digest the content.”
“It was really eye-opening to see how I can make a difference in someone’s life.”
“Everyone should do this training.”
“Love the aspect of incorporating connection with nature. The Riveredge presenters are personable, down-to-earth and knowledgeable.”
Questions? Please contact Sharon Cross, our Director of Development at email@example.com