Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training
Contact Local Trainers
Take action in your community, school or workplace.
The following are ND trainers of endorsed evidence-based suicide prevention gatekeeper trainings. Contact the trainer nearest you to inquire about availability and cost of your chosen training.
- Ashley Ladbury Hrichena – Fargo, ASIST, SafeTALK: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Stacey Loengering - Fargo, ASIST, SafeTALK : email@example.com
- Heidi Schuchard – Mandan, QPR: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sam Saylor – Bismarck, QPR, CALM: email@example.com
- Timothy Brehm - Bismarck, SafeTALK and ASIST: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tina Jackson - Sentinel Butte, SafeTALK and ASIST: email@example.com
- Christine Brigden – Minot, SafeTALK: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Linsey Kippen – Minot, QPR: email@example.com
- Bethany Peterson - Milnor/ Ransom, ASIST: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mandy Mcneff – Bottineau, SafeTALK: Mandy.Mcneff@k12.nd.us
- Yvonn Weigel-Frank - Dickinson, QPR, CALM: Yvonn.Weigel@k12.nd.us
- Karen Goyne - Dickinson, CALM: email@example.com
About the Trainings:
SafeTALK: 3 hour training in identifying those at risk of suicide and taking action to connect a suicidal person to emergency care or a mental health professional.
ASIST: the most widely used suicide prevention training. It is a two day long training in helping those identified at risk of suicide access the help they need.
QPR (Question Persuade Refer): 2 hour training on the signs and symptoms of suicide and connecting a suicidal person to the care they need.
CALM (Counseling on Access to Lethal Means): 2 hour long training on identifying those at risk for suicide and effectively encouraging persons at risk of suicide to give dangerous medications and firearms to law enforcement or a trusted person in their life until they feel better.