Youth Suicide Assessment

In Various Environments

Youth SAVE is a virtual training designed to empower medical providers and behavioral health professionals to reach youth who have thoughts of suicide, both virtually and in-person. See the modules below for tailored training options based on your work setting or the populations you serve.

Youth SAVE for Behavioral Health

Youth SAVE for Primary Care

Youth SAVE: Serving Young Adults

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Youth-specific 
  • Equity-focused
  • Offered virtually, which reduces costs and travel time, and allows participants to learn alongside other professionals from across the state
  • Designed for those who don’t need the entry-level information offered in other intervention training programs, significantly reducing training time
  • Encourages learners to analyze current suicide intervention policies and procedures in their professional settings
  • Provides evidence-based suggestions for relational, equity-focused, and youth-centric suicide assessments and interventions

The training includes 7 hours of synchronous learning and 2 hours of asynchronous learning, all delivered virtually. 

Youth SAVE provides skills for in-person, virtual, and phone based suicide assessments and interventions. Youth SAVE increases provider confidence in working across contexts, allowing them to serve youth experiencing thoughts of suicide collaboratively

More Information

For information about Youth SAVE or to schedule a Youth SAVE training, contact Monica Parmley-Frutiger, Project Director, at monicap@reapusa.org.

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Youth SAVE for Behavioral Health

Youth SAVE is a virtual training designed to empower medical providers and behavioral health professionals to effectively reach youth experiencing thoughts of suicide, both virtually and in-person. Explore the modules below for tailored training options based on your work setting or the populations you serve.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify needs, impact factors and resiliency factors
  • Identify and analyze needs, protocols, and tools related to suicide intervention with youth in virtual and in-person environments
  • Conduct suicide assessment and intervention with youth in virtual and in-person settings
  • Identify resiliency factors for youth and incorporate them into a collaborative safety plan
  • Identify and connect to local resources
  • Apply an equity lens to suicide prevention and intervention with youth

Target Audience

• Youth-serving professionals with behavioral health background or experience
• Professionals who must meet Adi’s Act/SB 52 requirements
• Professionals who need intervention-level training
• Professionals who serve youth virtually and in-person

CEUs

The National Association of Social Workers has approved this activity for 7.25 continuing education credits.

Questions

Youth SAVE for Primary Care

Youth SAVE for Primary Care will equip both medical and behavioral health providers with the skills to screen for and intervene with youth experiencing thoughts of suicide, both in person and via telemedicine.

Learning Objectives

  • Apply an equity lens to suicide prevention with youth
  • Identify needs, risks, resiliency factors, and challenges related to suicide among youth
  • Conduct suicide assessment and intervention with youth
  • Identify resiliency factors for youth, incorporating them into a collaborative safety plan
  • Identify needs, protocols, and tools related to suicide assessment and intervention among youth
  • Identify and connect to local resources for support with suicide prevention with youth

CME

This activity has been approved for up to 8.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM

Target Audience

Medical providers and clinic staff

Questions

Contact Information:  Oregon Pediatric Society at youth.save@oraap.org

Youth SAVE: Serving Young Adults

Youth SAVE for Young Adults equips professionals with the tools to virtually assess for — and intervene with — young adults ages 18-26 who have thoughts of suicide. The training includes 7 hours of synchronous learning and 2 hours of asynchronous learning, all delivered virtually. 

Learning Objectives:

Apply an equity lens to young adult suicide prevention and intervention, reflecting on how a young adult’s identity, setting, and strengths all relate to suicide prevention

Examine the processes and tools needed for evidence-based, adaptable, and relational interventions with young adults

Conduct suicide assessment and intervention with young adults

Co-create personalized safety plans with young adults

Identify local resources to support well-being for young adults

Target Audience:

  • Professionals with behavioral health background or experience who serve young adults ages 18-26
  • Professionals who need intervention-level training
  • Professionals who serve young adults virtually and in person

CEUs:

The application for CEU’s is pending with The National Association of Social Workers.