Suicide can be difficult to talk about. First responders die by suicide at a considerably higher rate than the general population and are more likely to die by suicide than in the line of duty. Understanding the warning signs and interventions can help save the life of a colleague.
Join Paige Heller, Director of Clinical Services at BHS, for a critical conversation on suicide prevention and how you can make a difference. In this session, you will:
• Learn about the myths and facts on suicide
• Understand the warning signs someone is at risk
• Gain tips for creating and keeping lines of communication open
• Identify resources to support you and those you care about
**All live attendees will receive a Certificate of Attendance from Provident**