Our Programs

If you are interested in one of these programs, please contact us. Our programs are always available free of charge.

Talk Saves Lives

An approximately 60 minute program developed by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention for community education.  This flexible program can be customized to your specific group and details the ways in which anyone can notice someone struggling with mental health and reach out to assist them.


More Than Sad

A one hour research-based program developed by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention for use with middle and high school students and parents. This is an excellent program for a parent night at school, church or any other interested group. The program includes faculty/staff and parent education as well as the student video and guide. For school personnel, trainings can last one or two hours, depending on preferences and choices made.

safeTALK: Suicide Alertness for Everyone

safeTALK prepares you to be a suicide alert helper. In only three hours, you will learn how to provide practical help to persons with thoughts of suicide. You will develop helping skills and feel more comfortable assisting persons with thoughts of suicide to connect with professionals and stay safe.


It’s Real: College Students and Mental Health

This documentary film by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) features the stories of six college students from across the country, revealing depression and other mental health conditions as they are commonly experienced by young adults.  It shows how students can seek help for these conditions and successfully manage them. The introduction, film, and follow-up discussion with one of our trainers will take about one hour.


Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training  (ASIST)

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is a two-day interactive workshop in suicide first aid. ASIST teaches participants to recognize when someone may have thoughts of suicide and work with them to create a plan that will support their immediate safety. Although ASIST is widely used by healthcare providers, participants don’t need any formal training to attend the workshop—anyone 16 or older can learn and use the ASIST model.