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Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) Training

Location: SSB-E112

Three steps ANYONE can learn to help prevent suicide. Sign up and save a life!

What: Learn to recognize early suicide warning signs.
Why: Recognizing early the warning signs of suicide, opening a supporting dialogue with a suicidal person and securing consultation with a a professional may prevent the need for an emergency room visit or psychiatric hospitalization.

To learn more & RSVP -- email: uhhcsout@hawaii.edu

For more information, contact: uhhcsout@hawaii.edu (808) 498-6184

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