PENNSYLVANIA MENTAL HEALTH CONSUMERS' ASSOCIATION

"I Didn't Die, But..."




Alongside the advocacy work we do, PMHCA has a selection of trainings that are outstanding. There are trainings for mental health professionals, peer professionals, and anyone who wants to learn more about mental health and recovery. We pride ourselves in the creation of a learning environment that is safe, comfortable, and effective. For most trainings offered, there is an in person, virtual, or hybrid ability. If you have questions about listed trainings or are interested in scheduling, please email pmhca@pmhca.org.

"I Didn't Die, But..."


"I Didn't Die, But..." Video Screening

  • This video shares the perspective of suicide attempt survivors in an honest, raw, and emotional conversation in an effort to inspire conversation about what works, what doesn't, and what can help those in need.
  1. Preview of the screening: 457393BA-3AAB-4840-9818-371FB806B8F6.mov


Community Conversation

  • During the video screening, we will facilitate a community conversation around suicide prevention that goes beyond counting statistics and encompasses community connections and healing.


QPR - "Question, Persuade, Refer"

  • This suicide prevention curriculum can be added to the workshop in order to provide tools for attendees to help prevent suicide.

Time: 3.0 hours

*RESOURCES*

These numbers could save your life or someone else's

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

Call or text 988 or visit 988lifeline.org/chat

to chat with a caring counselor


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

  1-800-273-8255 (TALK)

Veterans: Choose option 1


Trans LifeLine

1-877-565-8860


The Trevor Project- Crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ+ Youth 

1-866- 488- 7386


Youth America Hotline- Counseling for Teens by Teens

  1- 877-968-8454


Crisis Text Line - Text “home” to 741741

Veteran Text Line- Text 838255



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