Mental Health Training

Hosted by: Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare
Registration & information:

Gatekeeper Training for Suicide Prevention (referenced in Hope Pieced Together podcast episode 18:  Tackling Suicide:  A Professional Perspective with Whitcomb Terpening)

QPR  (Question, Persuade, and Refer) Training
Online, Small Fee

 ASK (about Suicide to Save a Life) Workshop
Free / Online

CALM (Counseling on Access to Lethal Means) Training
Free / Online

More Advanced training:

ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) 
In person / Fee-based
[may adapt to online trainings during COVID-19]

Professional training:

CAMS is considered the gold standard for treating suicidality
Online / Fee-based

Substance Use Disorder Prevention Training / Strengthening Families Training / Wellness
Marcia Baker, PhD, LPC, LCDC


CAREforce (Veteran/First Responders)
Local Contact:  Ken Schlenker [email protected] or 949-324-2192
Crisis Training, Response and Organizational Development for veteran & first-responder organizations

Mental Health Training

by Julie Overstreet, Local NAMI & AFSP Certified Trainer
[email protected] or 832-288-7200

  • AFSPs Talk Saves Lives (train-the-trainer)
    Program by American Foundation of Suicide Prevention (AFSP) is a customizable, “lunch and learn” presentation which covers scope of suicide prevention: risk and warning signs, of suicide, and how together, we can help prevent it.
  • Mental Health First Aid (separate versions for working with Youth, Adults, Veterans, First Responders)
    Evidence-based 8-hour workshop designed by National Council on Behavioral Health, to teach signs and symptoms of mental illness, how to prevent a mental health crisis and how to respond to one should it occur. Participants receive a certificate in Mental Health First Aid at completion.

    Course also offered through Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare.  For more information, contact Kelly Godwin at Tri-County 936-521-6419

  • NAMI Trainings

Mosaics of Mercy operates 9 am – 4 pm Monday – Friday and is not a call center for crisis situations. If you believe that you or another individual are suffering from a mental health crisis or medical emergency, call 911, contact your doctor immediately, or seek medical attention immediately at the nearest emergency room.

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