Build Resiliency Thru Mindfulness
Join Lisa Brown, a mindfulness and resiliency instructor, for a family friendly community event that focuses on building and supporting health through learning and practicing new skills.
Build Resiliency Thru Mindfulness is a FREE hour long class that is open to all ages.
Wednesday September 7, 2022
6:00 pm- 7:00 pm
Downtown Deschutes Public Library
601 NW Wall St, Bend, OR 97703
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Vigilia con Velas Encendidas
Jueves, Septiembre 8, 2022
7:00 – 8:00 PM
Césped delantero del centro educativo de la escuela Bend-La Pine: 520 NW WALL STREET, BEND.
Ceremonia de encendido de velas para quienes hayan perdido a un ser querido por suicidio. Abierto al público.
*Tenga en cuenta que este evento se cancelará si el AQI es superior a 100 en el momento del evento.
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A candle lighting ceremony for anyone who has lost a loved one to suicide.
Open to the public.
Thursday, September 8th, 2022
Bend La-Pine School Education Center Front Lawn:
520 NW Wall Street Bend
*Please note this event will be cancelled if AQI is above 100
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Out Of Darkness Walk
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention hosts it’s annual Out of Darkness Walk. This walk is open to the community to support the fight to #stopsuicide.
Saturday September 10
Event starts at 11:00 am
61049 SE 15th St
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QPR is a 1.5 hour evidence based introduction to suicide prevention training. This training teaches the framework for participants to be able to recognize warning signs, ask directly about suicide, persuade someone to access resources and then refer them on to the appropriate resources.
This training is open for participants aged 18+.
Downtown Deschutes County Public Library
507 NW Wall St, Bend, OR 97703
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How to Observe National Suicide Prevention Week:
1) Raise awareness
One of the most helpful and effective ways we can observe Suicide Prevention Week is by raising awareness of it. We need to reduce the stigma around it and raise awareness so that more and more people can reach out for help.
2) Educate Yourself
The best thing we can do is to learn more about it. We need to educate ourselves and facilitate proactive prevention in our communities so that we can shatter the silence around our mental health.
3) Look out for others
Most of the people suffering from poor mental health do not reach out for help for fear of being judged or misunderstood. So we need to look out for others and check for warning signs. We need to help people feel heard and understood.
For Questions about Central Oregon Suicide Prevention Alliance [COSPA] please contact:
Deschutes County Suicide Prevention Project Coordinator