Suicide Crisis
Intervention Workshop

  1. Workshops will focus on developing immmediate skills.
  2. Participants will learn and practice the skills needed to deal with a suicide emergency both in person and on the phone.
  3. Participants will be trained in crisis-handling techniques that can be immediatly applied.
  4. Participants will learn what to say and what to do to get through a crisis.
  5. Workshop participants will also learn to make sure that they, too, stay mentally healthy when dealing with the aftermath of a suicidal incident.

Suicide Prevention Center, Inc.
P.O. Box 1393
Dayton, OH 45401-1393
Bus. Phone: (937)226-0818

Some things that may be included...

  • Learn what to say when the person you must deal with is suicidal;
  • Learn what to do to help a suicidal person;
  • Learn how to involve additional help;
  • Learn how to and when to utilize a three way call;
  • Learn how to summon additional help from among your co-workers or the person in crisis' friends/family;
  • Learn how to formulate a crisis protocol that works;
  • Learn how to assess lethality for suicide;
  • Learn how to initiate a rescue when necessary;
  • Learn how to work a TTY/TTD for the hearing impaired and how to interface with Ohio Relay for the hearing impaired.

Your facility or one of our choosing

8:15-9 a.m. - registration and networking;
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. - workshop

Cost: $125 per person for a full day. $80 for a half day. A minimum number of attendees is required.


  • Call (937)226-0818
  • Leave name, name of organization and phone number.
  • Payment will be cash or check at time of workshop. No cancellations after confirmation date.

A lunch break for full day workshop will be provided; lunch is not included in the price of the workshop. Attendees may bring a sack lunch or leave the premises. Box lunches and refreshments for morning and aflernoon breaks for full day workshop can he provided at an additional cost.

1(800)320-HELP (4357)

(937) 226-0818
FAX - (937) 837-2708

Pet Line:
(937) 837-2683