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Michigan Suicide Prevention Community Technical Assistance Conference-May 1-3

Updated: Feb 24

The Michigan Suicide Prevention Community Technical Assistance Conference (CTAC) is

designed for people who are currently or would like to provide leadership and promote

collaboration in their respective communities around suicide prevention planning and

implementation.


The conference will be held at Treetops Resort in Gaylord, Michigan, May 1-3, with pre-conference workshops taking place on Wednesday, May 1. Pre-conference workshops have limited seating available and are first come, first served. See flyers below for information on the suicide loss support group facilitator training and the zero-suicide implementation in behavioral healthcare workshop.

 

Registration is $225 and includes single occupancy lodging on Wednesday and Thursday nights, as well as breakfast on Thursday/Friday and lunch on Thursday. Social work and MCBAP continuing education credits are available for no additional cost.

 

Breakout session selections are made during registration, please find all session descriptions in the program conference below.

 

Capacity is limited to 120 people and registration closes on March 15 or until capacity is reached: Register at https://www.eventsquid.com/event/23250


If you are interested in attending and representing the Coalition, we can pay for one person’s admission.  However, please let us know prior to registering.  (Call us at 269-588-1133 or send an email to berriencaresmi@gmail.com)


Download flyers with more information.






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