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September 25: Day 1 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/los-angeles-county-suicide-prevention-network-9th-annual-suicide-prevention-summit-day-1-tickets-65268248087
September 26: Day 2 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/los-angeles-county-suicide-prevention-network-9th-annual-suicide-prevention-summit-day-2-tickets-66974682077
Registration and a light breakfast will begin at 7 a.m. The program will run from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The opening program will begin promptly at 8 a.m. and includes a performance of the National Anthem and a Color Guard presentation. We ask that participants arrive prior to 8 a.m. to respect the performance of the National Anthem and Color Guard presentation (no late admittance during this part of the program).
Free Event - Free Parking in the California Endowment lot- Light Breakfast & Lunch Provided - CEUs Available (in-person only) - Self Care Raffle. To attend for in-person or Live Stream participation, please register at the links above.
September 25th Event: Recommended for Veteran and Military service providers, mental health professionals, and individuals representing health care, law enforcement and county, community, or faith-based agencies.
To address suicide prevention using a public health approach, everyone in our communities needs to understand what role they can play. The goal of the 2019 Suicide Prevention Summit is to help individuals and organizations gain a better understanding of military culture and the challenges faced by our Members of the Military, Veterans, and their families in an effort to inform suicide prevention efforts.
September 26th: Recommended for school districts, school-based providers, and educators (K-12).
To effectively implement suicide prevention efforts in Los Angeles County, everyone in our communities needs to understand what role they can play. The goal of the 2019 Suicide Prevention Summit is to help individuals, educators, schools and organizations gain a better understanding of military culture and the challenges faced by youth from military families or by youth experiencing transitions as a result of foster care, homelessness or other life experiences.