QPR Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training - Event Details

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QPR Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training

Location: UCB, Room 111

Counseling Services Nā Kiaʻi O Ke Ola Guardians of Life Suicide Prevention Program is offering a QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) suicide prevention gatekeeper training. This is open to all UH Hilo and HAWCC students, faculty and staff. Please send an email to register at forlife@hawaii.edu

Special Restrictions: Please note: If you have experienced the loss of someone to suicide in the past year, you may find this training emotionally difficult and it is recommended that you do not attend.

For more information, contact: forlife@hawaii.edu 808-932-7159

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