To create health-promoting communities, in which people have the knowledge, attitudes, skills, and resources to reduce the risk of suicide in VT
PLEASE NOTE: The Vermont Suicide Prevention Center is not a Crisis Center and is not staffed off-hours, Fridays, or weekends. If you are in crisis and need help, click on the Find Help button below to find crisis lines and other sources of help.
Resources for Suicide Survivors:
Vermont Resource Packet
The Vermont Suicide Prevention Center, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, the Vermont Department of Health, and the Vermont Department of Mental Health collaborated and created a "Survivors of Suicide VT Resource Packet" which includes both local and national resources, including local support groups.
Learn More About Suicide Prevention Through These Informative Articles
Understanding Suicide - Learn more
Veterans and Suicide - Learn more
Survivors of Suicide - Vermont Resources Packet - Learn more
Survivors of Suicide and Those Exposed to Suicide - Learn more
Crisis Text Line - Learn more
Zero Suicide: Transitions in Care - Learn more
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April 26 @ 6:30 pm - June 20 @ 11:00 pm
This online Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) Education course is offered as one of a series of courses by the Vermont Higher Education Collaborative toward health education endorsement.
Would your School or Community benefit from Mental Health and/or Suicide Prevention Training?
We have multiple options for trainings in the following areas:
* Umatter for Schools
* Umatter for Youth and Young Adults
* Training-of Trainers
* Youth Mental Health First Aid Training
* Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Prevention
We can work with you to create a training package that meets your specific needs.
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