QPR - Suicide Prevention Certification Training

QPR - Suicide Prevention Certification Training




Lilly Conference Room - MHA
914 South St.
Lafayette, IN 

QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer.  These are three steps anyone can learn to help prevent suicide. Just like CPR, QPR is an emergency response to someone in crisis and can save lives.

In this 90 minute training, QPR will teach you some of the warning signs of suicide, how to ask the difficult suicide question, as well as how to persuade and refer and individual to get appropriate help.  

This training will be FREE courtesy of Indiana University Health.  Registration is required.  Email Karla Courtney at kcourtney@mhatipp.org or call 765.742.1800.

Are you interested in having the QPR Suicide Prevention Training taught to your organization?  Contact Karla Courtney for more information.

This training is full and registration is now closed.

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