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QPR is a practical, nationally recognized suicide prevention training. It provides basic information for learning to recognize and respond to someone who could be experiencing thoughts of suicide, and to…
Learn how to recognize the warning signs of suicide, how to get help, offer hope, and save a life. The discussion will be led by Affirmation President Nathan Kitchen and…
Affirmation Brazil fights against all the evils that plague our LGBTQ+ Mormon community, with the Symposium on Suicide Prevention being no different.
Affirmation Brazil is rolling up their sleeves to do something in their country to help these people. We are hosting a symposium and inviting other organizations helping the LGBT population on September 25th in São Paulo.
For decades we have witnessed members of our community suffering. As an organization, Affirmation feels best positioned to be the first contact for those in the LGBTQ+ community who reside with fundamental risk factors, particularly the LDS & LGBTQ+ intersection.
Thanks to a $25,000 grant from the LDS Foundation, QPR Institute training on suicide prevention will be provided to Affirmation leaders and at Affirmation conferences worldwide. Affirmation will also make training on trauma and suicide prevention available online at no cost.
Community and family acceptance are key. Individuals who want to make a difference for LGBT Mormon teens and adults can begin by engaging in conversations. Download some resources here that you can use to facilitate some of those conversations.
Community Service Organizations The Trevor Project: Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention for LGBTQ Youth Articles BYU Students Speak Candidly about Suicide October 2013 On the Suicide of Chris Beers: A…
Understanding Same-Gender Attraction (USGA), a BYU group for LGBT students, has released “Just Be There,” a 6-minute video featuring LGBT BYU students who describe candidly their experiences dealing with depression and their attempts to take their own lives.