4-part webinar series Reflecting on Postvention

Hi Everyone,

Registration is now open for our 4-part webinar series Reflecting on Postvention.

Please join the Oregon Alliance to Prevent Suicide, Association of Oregon Community Mental Health Programs, and School Crisis Recovery and Renewal (SCRR) for a four-part webinar series Reflecting on Postvention. In this series, we will explore topics related to postvention (what happens in a community after a suicide death) beyond the immediate response. Each session will have a short exploration of the day’s topic, followed by a panel of speakers from Oregon and around the Country who have lived personal and/or professional experience in this area, and a brief discussion with the audience.

Dates, topics, and registration links:

· February 3, 2022, 1-2:30 PST: Postvention, Recovery, and Renewal Learn SCRR’s recovery and renewal framework in the context of postvention. This is the framework for the series and will be less interactive than the other sessions


· March 3, 2022, 1-2:30 PST: Reaching Community Critically examine how we interact with others during a postvention response. Who might we be missing and why? Register

· April 7, 2022, 1-2:30 PST: Postvention and Disaster Explore the parallels between postvention planning and disaster preparedness. What can we learn from both fields?


· May 5, 2022, 1-2:30 PST: Long-Term Postvention Supports Hear from local and national people and programs that provide long-term support to survivors of suicide loss. Register

*Please note: this series is most appropriate for those who have completed some postvention training (like the Connect postvention training) or have some professional experience with postvention.

Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. I’m also looking for additional programs/resources to feature on the May 5 session for long-term postvention supports, so let me know if you’d like to be involved!. Best,

Kris Bifulco, MPH


Postvention Coordinator Connect Postvention Training | LGBTQ+ Mini-Grants | Oregon CALM Training

(203) 231-3619 – cell phone

Association of Oregon Community Mental Health Programs

102 Liberty St NE, Suite 140

Salem, OR 97301

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