All of our workshops are led by trained facilitators with lived experience. Please contact Barb Bigalke for information on how to schedule a workshop or educational program in your community, the cost, and available dates and times. Thank you for your interest and support!
We offer Acknowledge Care Tell (ACT) training.
We can provide training to health care employees, police and other public service employees on how to communicate with suicide survivors after a tragedy.
Peer to Peer Support
We offer support by our dedicated volunteers who have been affected by suicide. This support can be one-on-one or in a small group setting.
We offer presentations and panel presentations that include people who have lost someone to suicide who share their personal stories and provide insight and education in suicide warning signs.
Barb is a certified QPR trainer. Learn more about Question Persuade Refer Training at www.qprinstitute.org.
We offer Signs of Suicide (SOS) training.
Suicide Prevention Training
We offer suicide prevention training and education for students, teachers educators, community and businesses in the Fox Valley community and any other communities.
WISE Basics outlines what stigma is, what it looks like in different settings, what approaches people have tried, which ones work and a model for organizations to apply in their efforts to reduce various aspects of stigma.
First Text Crisis Line in the State of Wisconsin. More details here.
Open Honest Proud
Learning to share your journey of mental health challenges for recovery.
The Center for Suicide Awareness is proud to be on the Advisory Board for the Rogers InHealth WISE. Contact Barb on how you can be a part of the lime green movement!