August

Aug. 7: Learn how to save a life from suicide AND earn a $5 gift card for attending! Set for 11 a.m., this free, 2-hour session of the suicide prevention training QPR is intended for anyone 18 years old and over. It will teach participants the skills they need to help friends, neighbors, and loved ones who are struggling with thoughts of suicide.

The training will be held virtually. Class size is limited to 20 participants. You must attend the entire training to receive a gift card. The training is brought to you in partnership with the Awareness Network, which is generously providing gift cards to attendees.

Register here.

Tues., Aug. 25: Learn how to save a life from suicide AND earn a $5 gift card for attending! Set for 5:30 p.m.., this free, 2-hour session of the suicide prevention training QPR is intended for anyone 18 years old and over. It will teach participants the skills they need to help friends, neighbors, and loved ones who are struggling with thoughts of suicide.

The training will be held virtually. Class size is limited to 20 participants. You must attend the entire training to receive a gift card. The training is brought to you in partnership with the Awareness Network, which is generously providing gift cards to attendees.

Register here.

September – Suicide Prevention Month

Thurs., Sept. 3 – Fri., Sept. 4: ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training)  course, free. The Montana Army National Guard at Fort Harrison is hosting a 2-day ASIST  from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., which will be facilitated by a mobile training team from the NationalGuard Ready and Resilient Schoolhouse at Ft McCoy, Wisc. To register or for more information, contact John Tabb, MTARNG Suicide Prevention Coordinator at (406)324-3222 or john.d.tabb2.ctr@mail.mil.

Thurs., Sept. 10: In honor of World Suicide Prevention Day, learn how to save a life from suicide AND earn a $5 gift card for attending! Set for 5:30 p.m.., this free, 2-hour session of the suicide prevention training QPR is intended for anyone 18 years old and over. It will teach participants the skills they need to help friends, neighbors, and loved ones who are struggling with thoughts of suicide.

The training will be held virtually. Class size is limited to 20 participants. You must attend the entire training to receive a gift card. The training is brought to you in partnership with the Awareness Network, which is generously providing gift cards to attendees.

Register here.

Sun., Sept. 20: NAMIWalks Your Way Montana: A Virtual Event. Due to COVID-19, this year’s annual NAMI Walk will be a little different this year.

NAMIWalks will be a virtual experience and joined by NAMIWalks across the country. NAMIWalks Your Way means what it sounds like: participants get to make NAMIWalks their own. You can walk a 5K—through your neighborhood, around your backyard, on your treadmill. Or you can do something else meaningful and fun to celebrate our virtual walk day. Learn more and register here.