20 November 2020
Youth Suicide Assessment in Virtual Environments (Youth SAVE) is a newly developed virtual training that equips Oregon school- and community-based mental health professionals to virtually assess for and intervene with youth who have thoughts of suicide. This is a FREE training offering 7.25 NASW CEUs.
Youth SAVE is a mixed format training totaling 8 hours of content. There is a 45-minute self-paced webinar to be completed prior to the live sessions and a 20-minute self-paced webinar that must be completed within 7 days after the live sessions. The live virtual sessions are both 3.5 hours on consecutive days (the afternoon of day one and the following morning of day two).
Apply for the training here!
18 November 2020
OHA Suicide Related Data Report
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is now issuing quarterly reports on real-time suicide related data. We will share these reports as they are posted and will soon have a spot on our website where these will live. For now, please go here to see the November 17, 2020 report.
20 October 2020
SB 48 Report October 2020
Please go here for information on and to view the report published in October.
11 September 2020
Please go here to read an update from the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) for the Alliance.
14 August 2020
LGBTQ+ Mini-Grant Update
Thank you so much for all of the wonderful and inspiring applications for this mini-grant. It is incredible to see all of the work that is being done in the community and what you all want to do to better serve our LGBTQ+ population.
We received a larger number of applications than expected which has extended the date that we will announce who will be awarded mini-grants in order to devote the right amount of time to read through each application.
Stay tuned for more updates. Any questions about this funding opportunity can be sent to Kris Bifulco at email@example.com
7 August 2020
Free Strategic Sharing Training
This training is open to all youth and young adults who want to learn to share their story, it is not exclusive to be a peer support specialist as we all at times may end up sharing our story regardless of working as a peer specifically, for example advocating with the legislature.
There isn’t a cap on how many folks can attend and you can pick which day of the two offerings you’d like to attend by filling out this short google registration form for the training which will send you a calendar invite with zoom details for the training.
If you have any questions feel free to contact Elliott Hinkle at firstname.lastname@example.org
The next training takes place Tuesday, August 11 from 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
31 July 2020
Our Office Location has Changed!
Our office has moved from it’s Ferry Street location. Our office space can now be found at
102 Liberty Street NE, Suite 140
Salem, OR 97301
27 July 2020
The Oregon Alliance to Prevent Suicide, in partnership with the Association of Oregon Community Mental Health Programs, and with funding from the Oregon Health Authority, is excited to announce an opportunity for one-time mini-grants of up to $20,000 for local projects that increase protective factors for the LGBTQ+ community during this complicated time of COVID-19.
Please direct any questions about this funding opportunity to Kris Bifulco at email@example.com