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Below are training opportunities MHA of Wisconsin is able to support. If MHA cannot directly provide the training, we will work with you to identify an organization that can. 

Zero Suicide

Creating the zero suicide culture; ensuring every patient has a pathway to care; developing a competent workforce; identifying and assessing suicide risk level; using effective, evidence-based care and continuing contact after care are all part of this two-day programming based on the Zero Suicide Initiative developed by the National Alliance for Suicide Prevention. Health systems and ancillary organizations learn how to collaborate and together develop continuity of care for those in mental health care upon release from the emergency room or inpatient care and more. 


QPR Gatekeeper Training

QPR stands for Question, Persuade, Refer. The QPR mission is to reduce suicidal behaviors and save lives by providing innovative, practical and proven suicide prevention training. QPR is just one of the existing evidence-based gatekeeper trainings. See this comparison table from the Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) for more information. 


Webinars & Conference Calls

Stay up to date on evidence-based approaches to suicide prevention through free webinars offered through various sources. This page also includes resources for existing learning communities in Wisconsin. 


Specialized Training

Coalition Training and Consultation

Starting or established coalitions can sometimes use assistance with projects or challenges. Topics include coalition building, fundraising ideas, networking and collaborating skills and more to make your coalition as successful as possible.  Email using this form for more information.

Specialized Training 

For a specific mental health-related topics or specialized topics concerning populations at disproportionate risk of suicide (e.g., veterans, LGBTQ+ youth), feel free to contact us for information – we may have a program or resource available for you, or be able to develop something for your needs. Email using this form for more information.