Can your school or community do more to reduce the possibility of suicide?
As communities strive to prevent suicide, it can be helpful to initiate a process to review and develop a suicide prevention plan.
To explore consulting options contact: Nathan Gerbrandt, Managing Director, at [email protected].
Suicide Prevention Plan Development
Being prepared to effectively manage the emotional impact of a critical incident requires the development of a detailed crisis response plan. To create your team and plan, CTRI will guide you through a detailed development process. This initial plan usually requires one day to develop, and will go through the following phases:
Phase 1 – Build Your Crisis Response Team
Phase 2 – Create Your Definition of Crisis
Phase 3 – Determine Team Goals/Mission
Phase 4 – Review Team Tasks
Phase 5 – Assign Roles
Phase 6 – Establish a Communication Strategy
Phase 7 – Distribute Information
CTRI will distribute a concise report of the work done and decisions made during the meeting. We recommend that those who participate in the development of the crisis response plan first take the Crisis Response Planning workshop.