QPR

QUESTION, PERSUADE, REFER (QPR) Three steps anyone can learn to help prevent suicide. Just like CPR, QPR is an emergency response to someone in crisis and can save lives. QPR is the most widely taught Gatekeeper training in the world.

Join us virtually on Zoom!

Each session is FREE & limited to 25 participants, so register soon by emailing Amber Spring at amber.spring@msun.edu.

The training is about 90 minutes and your certification will be active for 3 years.

Sponsored by Hill County Suicide Prevention Coalition & MSU-Northern

MSUN Safe Zone LGBTQ and Ally Group

MSUN Safe Zone is excited to announce that it will be reconvening the LGBTQ and Ally Group. It will meet Tuesdays from 5:30-6:30 in Cowan Hall room 308 for MSUN staff & students and community members are welcome to join via Zoom until COVID restrictions are lifted. The group begins next week (March 16th).

It is open to LGBTQ & allies in the community – everyone is welcome.

For additional information, please contact Brent Olinger 265-3534 or brent.olinger@msun.edu

MSUN Safe Zone LGBTQ and Ally Group

MSUN Safe Zone is excited to announce that it will be reconvening the LGBTQ and Ally Group. It will meet Tuesdays from 5:30-6:30 in Cowan Hall room 308 for MSUN staff & students and community members are welcome to join via Zoom until COVID restrictions are lifted. The group begins next week (March 16th).

It is open to LGBTQ & allies in the community – everyone is welcome.

For additional information, please contact Brent Olinger 265-3534 or brent.olinger@msun.edu

MSUN Safe Zone LGBTQ and Ally Group

MSUN Safe Zone is excited to announce that it will be reconvening the LGBTQ and Ally Group. It will meet Tuesdays from 5:30-6:30 in Cowan Hall room 308 for MSUN staff & students and community members are welcome to join via Zoom until COVID restrictions are lifted. The group begins next week (March 16th).

It is open to LGBTQ & allies in the community – everyone is welcome.

For additional information, please contact Brent Olinger 265-3534 or brent.olinger@msun.edu

QPR

QUESTION, PERSUADE, REFER (QPR) Three steps anyone can learn to help prevent suicide. Just like CPR, QPR is an emergency response to someone in crisis and can save lives. QPR is the most widely taught Gatekeeper training in the world.

Join us virtually on Zoom!

Each session is FREE & limited to 25 participants, so register soon by emailing Amber Spring at amber.spring@msun.edu.

The training is about 90 minutes and your certification will be active for 3 years.

Sponsored by Hill County Suicide Prevention Coalition & MSU-Northern

MSUN Safe Zone LGBTQ and Ally Group

MSUN Safe Zone is excited to announce that it will be reconvening the LGBTQ and Ally Group. It will meet Tuesdays from 5:30-6:30 in Cowan Hall room 308 for MSUN staff & students and community members are welcome to join via Zoom until COVID restrictions are lifted. The group begins next week (March 16th).

It is open to LGBTQ & allies in the community – everyone is welcome.

For additional information, please contact Brent Olinger 265-3534 or brent.olinger@msun.edu

MSUN Safe Zone LGBTQ and Ally Group

MSUN Safe Zone is excited to announce that it will be reconvening the LGBTQ and Ally Group. It will meet Tuesdays from 5:30-6:30 in Cowan Hall room 308 for MSUN staff & students and community members are welcome to join via Zoom until COVID restrictions are lifted. The group begins next week (March 16th).

It is open to LGBTQ & allies in the community – everyone is welcome.

For additional information, please contact Brent Olinger 265-3534 or brent.olinger@msun.edu

MSUN Safe Zone LGBTQ and Ally Group

MSUN Safe Zone is excited to announce that it will be reconvening the LGBTQ and Ally Group. It will meet Tuesdays from 5:30-6:30 in Cowan Hall room 308 for MSUN staff & students and community members are welcome to join via Zoom until COVID restrictions are lifted. The group begins next week (March 16th).

It is open to LGBTQ & allies in the community – everyone is welcome.

For additional information, please contact Brent Olinger 265-3534 or brent.olinger@msun.edu