Suicide Prevention Month 2020
BUILDING CONNECTION AND RESILIENCE
THROUGH SOCIAL JUSTICE
WE ARE STRONGER TOGETHER
A feeling of connectedness is often cited as one of the primary factors in preventing suicide. Crisis Support Services of Alameda County has been dedicated to building life-saving connections through our 24hr Crisis Line, Community Education presentations, and therapeutic services aimed at communities experiencing multiple stressors. This year more than ever, we acknowledge the power of connections and have planned a series of panels and presentation aimed at bringing us together to take part in important conversations regarding different aspects of suicide prevention. Through these panels, we hope to build on our collective resilience and be part of giving space to issues and communities that have been historically marginalized in the field of suicide prevention and mental health. We thank our community partners who are joining us in this important work - your partnership is deeply appreciated.
Learn more at www.crisissupport.org
OUR LUNCH and LEARNS
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.
A special thank you to our Event sponsor: Magoosh
September 11 and 25th Panels sponsored by Rogers Behavioral Health