Working Together to Save Lives: Collaboration Between Suicide and Drug Prevention
This discussion includes sharing of successful collaboration between suicide prevention and drug prevention efforts in communities.
Suicide and substance use are no strangers to one another. Suicide risk increases exponentially in the presence of substance misuse by decreasing inhibitions and increasing the ability for acquired capacity.
There is value to practicing both forms of prevention separately, but coming together to address the overlap of these public health issues is more important than ever. Join us to learn about the challenges and success of collaboration between suicide and drug prevention in communities across Ohio.
- Learn about real world prevention and collaboration efforts
- Understand the importance of collaboration between suicide and drug prevention
- Learn how to engage in the planning process to engage in effective prevention
Michelle Price, BA, OCPSA
Director of Community Engagement
Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation
Tristyn Ball, MPA, LSW, OCPC
Prevention Coalition Manager
Montgomery County Prevention Coalition
Camille Croweak, MPH, CPS
Champions For a Drug-Free Grant County
Kim Linkel, MLD, CPP, GPC
Coalition For A Drug-Free Batesville
This webinar is provided at no cost.
PF! will be applying for Prevention, Health Education, and Social Work CEUs.