As part of Community Gatekeeper Training Project, CMHA Vancouver-Fraser is offering a half-day safeTALK session.
This session is supported by CMHA Vancouver-Fraser Branch.
safeTALK is an evidence-based Suicide Alertness Training, and you will gain practical knowledge of how to identify someone at risk and link them to life-saving resources.
safeTALK is a half-day training that features:
• Presentations and guidance from a LivingWorks registered trainer
• Access to support from a local community resource person
• Powerful audiovisual learning aids
• The simple yet effective TALK steps: Tell, Ask, Listen, and KeepSafe
• Hands-on skills practice and development
This training is half-day long, and will be offered on the following date;
Date: October 13, 2017
Time: 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: CMHA Vancouver-Fraser Office Board Room, 110 - 2425 Quebec Street, Vancouver, BC, V5T 4L6
Age: This training is intended for adult participants. You must be 16 and older to register for this training.
Individual Registration: $50 + GST
Subsidized Registration: $ 35 + GST (Students, Seniors, First Nations Groups, Employees of Non-profit organizations)
CMHA Employees & Registered Volunteers: Fees waived
Important: Minimum 5 day notice is required for cancelling the registration for a full refund. No refund will be issued if you cancel within 5 days.
Registration closes on October 9th at 3 pm.
Please note that this training requires minimum of 10 participants and maximum of 22 participants per session. CMHAVF reserves right to cancel the session if the minimum number participant is not met. In the event when the session is cancelled by CMHAVF, a full refund will be issued.
Talking about suicide can be difficult, however, more so if you have recently been impacted by a suicide attempt or death. We encourage you to take significant time for healing before attending a suicide intervention training. For some this may be a number of months, and for others this could be a year or more. Only you know. Click here for a list of resources you may find useful.
You will be provided with a handbook for this session. Please bring a pen for you to take some notes. Please also dress comfortably for the training.
Please refrain from wearing perfume or any other scented products when you come to the training so those who may be sensitive to fragrances can also attend the training.
Please arrive by 12:45 pm as the training will begin at 1 pm on-time.
Feel free to contact Steve Baik for any questions or concerns.
Steve Baik, MCP, RCC.
Regional Coordinator, Community Gatekeeper Training
CMHA Vancouver-Fraser Branch
New Westminster Office
435 Sixth Street, New Westminster, BC V3L 3B1
Tel: 604-516-8080 ext 325 / Cell: 604-649-0971