Suicide Prevention Regional Conference

Suicide Prevention Regional Conference Flyer

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Pre-registration Encouraged

Students, staff, and faculty are invited to come together as a community to share best practices for suicide prevention and mental health awareness. Our goal is to create a community of caring on college campuses by raising awareness and education on suicide prevention, reducing stigma, and connecting students to resources and referrals.

Who Should Attend the Conference?

 

Students: All students are welcome. Student Leaders of organizations, teaching assistants, peer educators, and Resident Assistants are highly encouraged to attend.

Staff: Front line staff or anyone who provides direct services to students such as academic advisors, financial aid counselors, disability programs staff, career counselors, and EOP advisors.

Faculty: All faculty interested in supporting and providing campus resources for students that may be in emotional distress.

 

The conference is free to students, includes continental breakfast and lunch, provides amazing keynote speakers, and the opportunity to participate and view Send Silence Packing, a suicide prevention awareness exhibit.

 

Time:

8am to 5pm

(See Conference Schedule)

 

Location:

Cesar Chavez Student Center

1600 Holloway Avenue,

San Francisco, CA 94132

 

This conference is sponsored by San Francisco State University Student Mental Health Initiative (SMHI) and is funded by Proposition 63 and the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA). 

 

Contact Information:
Gary Lamm
Graduate Student Assistant
Suicide Prevention Program
San Francisco State University
Counseling and Psychological Services Center
lamm@mail.sfsu.edu

Supervisor: 

Yolanda Gamboa, Ph.D.
Suicide Prevention Coordinator

San Francisco State University 
Counseling and Psychological Services Center