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If you or someone you are know are currently in danger, please call 911.

Are you suicidal?

Do you know someone who is suicidal?

Anyone, anywhere in the nation, can call (800) 273-8255 to reach a crisis counselor through the National Suicide Prevention Hotline.

CFS offers customized trainings for your groups needs

When Third Level merged with CFS in 2014, we added a wealth of expertise and experience in community education trainings, especially in suicide prevention and crisis intervention. We are pleased to offer training opportunities to you and/or your organization. A variety of trainings are available and can be customized to meet your group's needs. 


QPR Training empowers all people, regardless
of their background, to make a positive difference in the life of someone they know. 

Trainings are free, and held through Zoom
and in person. Please register early,
as space is limited. 

September 7th, 430-630pm

In-Person Training

Want to schedule a training for your workplace or group? Gather your group of at least 10 people and we will be happy to provide a training to you, free of charge. 

QPR Trainings are free of charge thanks to generous donors like Northern Anler-The Cheesecup fundraiser, the Hawke Family & other community donors.

Donations are always appreciated to help continue offering this class free of charge. If you would like to donate please click the link below. Every little bit helps!

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Suicide is a problem that cuts through every culture, every race, every social class and income level.  It is the eleventh leading cause of death in the US, and the third leading cause of death for youth between the ages of 15 and 24 (AAS). Every 15.2 minutes, someone will end their life by suicide.

Over the past 40 years, researchers have been looking the warning signs of someone at risk of suicide and what helps a person at risk. It is clear that therapy, in conjunction with medical treatment, offers hope and help to many.



Want to help make a difference in suicide prevention & awareness?

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