I am very grateful for the opportunity to learn how to interact with people at risk of suicide. QPR training taught me how essential it is to ask the hard questions and also how to detect the warning signs of suicide.
On a national and local level, numbers continue to rise each year, with U.S. statistics showing that over 80% of all individuals who die by suicide are between 45-54 years old. That’s an age range that hits home.
Following in the footsteps of CPR training, QPR (Question. Persuade. Refer.) teaches three steps that anyone can learn to help save the life of another person.
QPR is not therapy. Rather, it’s a suicide prevention & intervention program that provides “Gatekeepers” like you with the information you need to help somebody at risk for suicide get the help needed to stay safe.
For a limited time only, this training is being provided FREE-OF-CHARGE to specific communities in Connecticut.
Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to help save lives! Get on the sign-up list now and be the first to hear when the next training is scheduled.