Representatives from Life's Worth Living and the Utah chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention are coming to Richfield Friday and Saturday, Nov. 8 and 9, to help the region learn ways to stop suicides.
Saturday's event is open to the entire public at no charge. The QPR training is to be presented to both youths, ages 12 to 17, and adults, 18 and older, at no charge.
"We just want to do our part to help," said Jon Gossett, Life's Worth Living chairman.
While the training is free, participants are asked to register at https://gatewaytohope.eventbrite.com.
Fridya's training is focus on safeTALK training/Coalition, and if for those in a position of first response when it comes to people in crisis, including clergy and professionals.
More information is available at https://cupcsafetalktraining.eventbrite.com.
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