The Student Health and Wellness Center (SHAW) and the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Mental Health (CACMH) are excited to announce an updated suicide prevention training for UWM faculty and staff coming in Fall 2023. The new two-part hybrid training structure provides a more flexible and sustainable suicide prevention training model intended to increase access to such essential training for faculty and staff.
- Part 1 is UW-System’s Recognize, Respond, Refer: Suicide Prevention Training for Faculty and Staff, a 45-60 minute, asynchronous online training that builds awareness, knowledge, and skills about mental health and suicide prevention.
- Part 2 is a 50-minute in-person discussion session that builds on the foundational online training to focus on skill-based practice, supporting higher risk groups, and campus-specific resource and referral information.
Details on how to access the new training will be available by mid-September.
Training Information Request
Submit your contact information to receive more details about the updated training as soon as they are available.
Questions or Concerns
For questions, concerns, or to request a training for your office, please contact Lori Bokowy, at email@example.com.
UW System and Mantra Health
The University of Wisconsin System has partnered with Mantra Health to not only establish a more comprehensive mental health program for students, but also provide faculty and staff with free webinar sessions.
Aimed to equip you with the tools and information needed to make quality referrals and take action, when needed, to maintain the health and safety of the campus.
Find more information and register for an upcoming webinar here: UWM FS Fall 23 Mantra Webinars.