Suicide Prevention Month
September is Suicide Prevention Month
Join us as we come together to prevent suicide, respond to substance use, and promote healthy families.
Join an Event
Every September, Southside Behavioral Health teams up with local, regional, and national partners to provide dozens of free virtual training opportunities.
Talk Saves Lives
This free community-based presentation covers the general scope of suicide, the research on prevention, and what people can do to fight suicide. Sign up today to learn about common risk factors, warning signs, and how to make our communities safe.
Opioid Overdose Response
Learn to recognize signs of an opioid overdose, respond to an opioid emergency, and administer Naloxone. Training is provided at no cost, and participants receive free a voucher for Narcan.
Adverse Childhood Experiences
When children experience traumatic events, it can have lasting effects on their mental health. These events are called ACEs. Learn to recognize the warning signs of ACEs and ultimately improve the health of our communities.
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