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New Mexico

Connect has provided the following suicide prevention training in New Mexico:

Connect “Suicide Postvention: Promoting healing and reducing risk”
Training sponsored by Five Sandoval Pueblos including representatives from Cochiti, Jemez, Sandia, Santa Ana, Zia, and Zuni Pueblos, 2012.

Connect “Suicide Postvention: Promoting healing and reducing risk”
Presentation at the Justice Department’s Conference on Tribal Justice, Safety and Wellness, Santa Ana Pueblo, April, 2012.

Connect “Suicide Prevention and Intervention”;
Connect “Healing Words: Speaking safely about suicide” 
Connect “Developing a Community Suicide Postvention Response Plan”

Trainings and consultation hosted by Crown Point Health Care/ Public Health/Health Promotion Department, June 2012

Connect “Suicide Postvention: Promoting healing and reducing risk”
Train-the-trainer for law enforcement professionals in Navajo Nation hosted by Crown Point Health Care/Public Health/Health Promotion Department, August 2012

Connect “Building a Community Suicide Prevention Safety Net”
Hosted by Ramah Navajo School Board, January, 2013

Connect “Building a Community Suicide Prevention Safety Net"
Hosted by the Pueblo of Sandia, February, 2013

Connect “Youth Leaders: Partnering with adults in youth suicide prevention"
Hosted by Indian Health Services - GIMC, Gallup and provided to Tohatchi High School and Wingate High School, April-May,  2013

Connect “Building a Community Safety Net" and Connect Train-the-Trainer in Suicide Prevention/Intervention
Hosted by the Pueblo of Acoma Behavioral Health, May, 2013

Connect “Developing a Community Postvention Response Plan"
Hosted by Ramah Navajo School Board, June, 2013

Connect “Developing a Community Postvention Response Plan"
Hosted by the Pueblo of Sandia, August, 2013

Connect “Developing a Community Postvention Response Plan" and Connect Train-the-Trainer in Suicide Postvention
Hosted by the Pueblo of Acoma Behavioral Health, August, 2013

Connect “Developing a Community Postvention Response Plan"
Hosted by Indian Health Services - GIMC, Gallup

 

 

 

Youth Leaders: Partnering with adults in youth suicide prevention”
Hosted by Crown Point Health Care/Public Health/Health Promotion Department, March, 2013

 

For information about bringing Connect training to your organization in New Mexico, please contact info@naminh.org