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January PEERvention Workshop

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Logan Square Branch, Chicago Public Library

3030 West Fullerton Avenue

Chicago, IL 60647

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PEERvention is Hope For The Day's shorthand for Peer-to-Peer Proactive Suicide Prevention. The PEERvention Workshop is designed to educate you on the obstacles, tools, and strategies to enable proactive and effective mental health care as individuals and communities. Hope For The Day's pioneering program focuses on reducing suicide rates by disrupting and eliminating the highest risk factors for reaching a stage of mental health crisis. The biggest obstacle to effective prevention is the silence of stigma.

Our free monthly education opportunities are made possible through the support of Partners in Prevention, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Banyan Treatment Center, and Janssen.

Please register to attend this free presentation, though walk-ins are welcome.

The January PEERvention 4-hour workshop is the first of the New Year! We invite members of Chicago communities and beyond to come and join us to learn how we can break the silence on mental health together.

Together, we can prevent suicide, reminding everyone IT'S OK NOT TO BE OK.

This event listing will be updated with a spotlighted Partner in Prevention closer to the actual date of the workshop so stay tuned!

*Note: there is free limited parking in the Logan Square Library parking lot.

Complimentary coffee will be provided by Sip of Hope. Additional refreshments will be provided.

All questions: info@hftd.org

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3030 West Fullerton Avenue

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