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VT Suicide Prevention Coalition News


Vermont Suicide Prevention Coalition Meeting is Drawing Near


Thursday, December 10, 2020
9:00 am - 11:00 am

Please register to receive a link to the virtual meeting via email before the meeting.

Overall Agenda:
  • 8:30 am   -   9:00 am - Opportunity to chat/network (optional)
  • 9:00 am   -   9:05 am - Opening, Welcome, Overview of Meeting 
  • 9:05 am   -   9:30 am - Agency of Human Services Leadership Team Updates
  • 9:30 am   -   9:45 am - Suicide Prevention Policy Priorities for 2021
  • 9:45 am   -   9:50 am - Break
  • 9:50 am   - 10:25 am - Review of Zero Suicide Evaluation and Logic Model
  • 10:25 am - 10:40 am - Peer Support in the Systems of Care
  • 10:40 am - 10:45 am - Symposium Planning Group
  • 10:45 am - 11:00 am - Upcoming Meeting Dates / Member Announcements
Have you seen the Voices of Vermont Stakeholders video on youtube?   
Please take a moment to listen to the Stakeholders video, like and share it, and leave a comment if possible!  Thank You!
Here is the Need HELP? card.
Feel free to download a copy to print. Posters will be available soon and cards can be requested in large quantity print.  
Contact for more information.

Upcoming Events

Umatter® Suicide Prevention Awareness December Webinar

December 9, 2020
Umatter Suicide Prevention Awareness Overview. Suicide is preventable and one of the first steps is to increase our awareness and skills for talking about it. Join us for an overview of the skill set needed to help identify those who may need support.


Virtual Vermont Suicide Prevention Coalition Meeting

December 10, 2020
Vermont Suicide Prevention Coalition Virtual Meeting on December 10, 2020


Ongoing Online Training

Umatter®: Preventing Substance Abuse in the School Community 

Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Education (ATOD) Two Hour Online Short Course (K-12)

It is widely recognized that problems related to drug use, misuse, and abuse pervade our society at all levels.  While use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs (ATOD) can have a profound effect on many important aspects of an individual’s life, including mental, emotional, social, physical, and spiritual health and success in school and/or work, very few people have had any direct education about factors related to drug use. Education at the school and community level is critical to reducing problems that arise from ATOD use.



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