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Community encouraged to attend QPR Training

Three steps anyone can learn to help prevent suicide 

Adams 12 Five Star Schools, in collaboration with Partners for Children's Mental Health, will offer multiple Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) trainings to our community during the week of December 7-11, 2020 at no cost.  

QPR is a course focused on reducing suicidal behaviors by providing innovative, practical and proven suicide prevention strategies. This training is designed for anyone, eighteen years and older, who wants to make a positive difference in the life of someone they know.

Each QPR session is limited to only 40 participants.

In this course participants will learn more about suicide and how to support someone who may be experiencing feelings of suicide. Key components covered in the training:

  • How to Question, Persuade, and Refer someone who may be suicidal
  • How to get help for yourself or learn more about preventing suicide
  • Common causes of suicidal behavior
  • Warning signs of suicide
  • How to help someone in crisis

Due to the nature of the content covered by QPR, please read the recommendations below on how to create an environment that will maximize your learning.   

Please ensure you have reliable internet connectivity and computer audio/video

We encourage you to secure a confidential and quiet space for you to engage in this training. 

It is important that we are able to be in contact with all participants throughout the training. All participants will be required to have their computer video camera “on.” This is a QPR requirement.

If mental health needs arise during the training, we ask that participants reach out to the facilitator. This training will include a facilitator who can offer support to participants if needed.

Please be aware that a facilitator will contact you in the event you “leave” the training prior to its conclusion. If the address and phone number you provided during your account set up are different than how you can be reached during this training, please email your updated information prior to the start of the training to the corresponding organization that you originally signed up with.

Adams 12:  

Partners for Children's Mental

Given the heaviness of this subject, we recommend that you plan to engage in intentional self-care following the event.

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Considering the current COVID-19 pandemic, everyone is facing some uncertainty. Broomfield Youth for Youth wants to provide resources to help peers during this time. These ideas and resources are hopefully helpful!


At a time when people have to physically distance ourselves, what should people do to stay connected? Here are some resources and ideas:


Is COVID-19 making you feel more stressed than normal? Here are some resources that may help you:

  • Crisis Text Line: This resource allows you to text HOME to 741741 for free 24/7 support from a trained crisis counselor. Learn more
  • LGBTQIA Resources: LGBTQ youth may be particularly vulnerable to negative mental health impacts associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Call the TrevorLifeLine at 1.866.488.7386 for support. The Trans Lifeline’s Hotline, 1.877.565.8860, is also available to provide peer support.
  • Know the facts: To reduce anxiety and stress, always refer to and share accurate information about COVID-19. Get the most updated information here:
    • City and County of Broomfield (CCOB) follow on Facebook and Twitter


Are you feeling like turning to substances as a way to cope? Here are some other ideas or tips to help you:

  • Natural Highs: This program, based in Boulder, focuses on empowering teens as leaders around positive peer culture. Check out their free, online academy.
  • 102 Things to Do While Social Distancing: This list, created by one of our members, Gabrielle, provides a variety of activities to keep you busy, including some activities to keep you connected to others.
  • Rise Above Colorado: Is empowering youth to live a life free of drug use. This Colorado-based organization has a variety of resources, including information on how to rise above drug misuse, facts about drugs, and helpful articles written by teens. Visit the iRise website        
  • Find a provider who specializes in substance use disorders, addiction and mental health.  
  • Find resources to quit tobacco and vaping.


Broomfield Youth for Youth (Y4Y) was established in 2018 and is comprised of local middle school and high school-aged youth. Y4Y collaborates with CTC by providing a youth voice for the coalition. The group is focused on three areas to help teens lead healthy lives:

  • Youth substance use prevention
  • Improved well-being 
  • Forming positive relationships.  

Follow on Instagram #broomfieldy4y. If you are interested in learning more, please email



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