Workshops and Trainings


Connect Suicide Prevention/Intervention Training: (1-Day) March 5th 9:00am-4:00pm in Frost Common

A one-day training designed to increase the competence of campus communities in recognizing individuals at risk for suicide and connecting those at risk to help.  Included is a review of the National Best Practice protocols specific to colleges, interactive case scenarios based on possible campus situations, and discussion on how to integrate key campus and community services for an effective and comprehensive response.  Funding for this training was made possible in part by grand #1U79SM060463 from SAMHSA.


Campus Suicide Prevention/Intervention Planning: (2-Day) March 5th and 6th 2013 9:00am-4:00pm in Frost Common

A two-day interactive training that will present national best practices on suicide prevention and intervention on the first day (March 5th) and on the second day, Connect staff will use a mind0mapping pricess to facilitate the creation of a community-wide suicide prevention plan.  This training is for key stakeholders who have a role in implementing best practice and protocols on campus.  Funding for this training was made possible in part by grand #1U79SM060463 from SAMHSA.


Connect Train the Trainer: (3-Day) March 5th, 12th, and 13th 2013 9:00am-4:00pm in Frost Common

Designated a National Best Practice program, Connect precention/intervention training prepares faculty, staff, students, and community members to become trainers, incorporating key aspects of the National Suicide Prevention Strategy in a comprehensive training model.  Funding for this training was made possible in part by grand #1U79SM060463 from SAMHSA.


LGBT Panel Discussions:

Offered throughout the semester.  To schedule, please call 603-535-2387.  Please provide a week’s notice for scheduling purposes.  Panel discussions are forcused on an effort to break down stereotypes and educate on issues specific to members of the LGBTQ+ community.


Monthly Informational Tables:

Offered throughout the semester in the HUB.  Come check out our table and see what else the S.A.F.E. Center has to offer.



December 17th, 2012 by Michael

Contact us

(603) 535-2387
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