Hospital Family Resource Centre
Suicide Prevention COP Training
Supporting Communities, Building Resilience
National FRC Mental Health Promotion Project Suicide Prevention Code Of Practice Training Location: Hospital Family Resource Centre Knockainey Road, Hospital, Co. Limerick V35 RP26 Date: Friday, June 9th, 2023 Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Facilitators: Mary Mulcahy, Training & Policy Officer National Family Resource Centre Mental Health Promotion Project Phone: 086 837 9763 Email: email@example.com Edel.Geraghty, Training and Development Officer HSE NOSP Phone: 086 8094894 Email: Edel.Geraghty1@hse.ie If you have any questions about this training, don't hesitate to contact our Training & Policy Officer | Phone: 086 837 9763 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org The National FRC Mental Health Promotion Project Code of Practice has been developed to give FRC staff and volunteers clear guidance on identifying warning signs and supporting people who feel suicidal. By participating in this training, you will learn to: Recognise the warning signs. Respond to the situation. Signpost a person to additional services. Create and implement a self-care plan in the aftermath of an incident What you will gain: The confidence, skill and understanding to have a conversation with a person who feels suicidal. The ability to use tools and resources to support a person with suicide ideation. The strength to support people who feel suicidal, their family, friends, colleagues, and your community. The ability to manage your own mental and emotional wellbeing and cope with a crisis. PLEASE NOTE: If someone you know has died by suicide in the last 12 months, it is recommended that you do not take part in the Suicide Prevention - COP training for at least a year after the tragedy as you may find some parts of this training to be distressing and overwhelming.