What: Connect, a National Best Practice Program, helps communities better understand postvention concepts and develop practices that can be implemented after a sudden death such as suicide.
Why: A suicide or other untimely traumatic death can have a devastating impact on a community. The shock and grief go well beyond the immediate family and friends, having a ripple effect on many others in the community.
This training will help faith leaders and funeral directors, who are often emotional responders to family and community members, be better prepared to act with a plan that promotes healing and reduces risk after suicide.
When: Thursday, February 17, 1:00 PM – 4:45 PM
Where: Zoom – details to be provided
Who should attend: Faith leaders of all denominations and funeral directors & staff
Registration: Contact Steve Boczenowski, firstname.lastname@example.org
This training is made possible by the NH Department of Health and Human Services Bureau of Mental Health Services State Family Mutual Support Grant.
85 NORTH STATE STREET
CONCORD, NH 03301
TEL. (603) 225-5359
2/3/2022 10:44:40 pm
Because we have an adult daughter with emotional challenges' Nancy and I attended monthly NAMI mèetings at the Brown UCC chuch in Conway for most of the nine years we lived in NH. This is an organization of volunteers helping individuals with aĺl types of addiction and their care givers. How wonderful to know our former ABC family in NH have a working partnership with NAMI.
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