Join us (virtually) for a month of special programming designed for community members and the helping professions — BUILDING CONNECTION AND RESILIENCE THROUGH SOCIAL JUSTICE, honoring National Suicide Prevention Month. All Panels are from 12 Noon – 1:00 pm with time for questions and answers. You will be provided a Zoom link for each session after registering for the panel.
This panel will explore common questions that come up for parents as they work to be an active part of their child’s mental health well-being.
Hear what it’s like to be a volunteer on the crisis line.
Tuesday 9/8/2020: SUICIDAL EXPERIENCES WITHIN OUR ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER COMMUNITIES Hear from Asian and Pacific Islander community members and providers on their experiences with suicide and suicide prevention.
Meet some of the providers dedicated to ensuring those in crises are able to stay safe and become connected to resources they might need to be well.
Learn about supports available for family members and caregivers of those experiencing suicidal crises.
This presentation will focus on concrete strategies we could all practice as a way to increase our resilience during these challenging times.
The panel will talk about the application of a cultural lens in suicide prevention.
Learn how to implement collaborative means safety practices with persons at risk for suicide.
Suicide assessment using tele-health can be challenging. We are here to provide some strategies to support providers.
Wednesday 9/30/2020: MENTAL HEALTH IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON WORKERS IN HEALTH CARE SETTINGS
This panel explores the stressors as well as the resources available for this group as the
health crisis goes on.