PeerGalaxy Calendar

Welcome to PeerGalaxy Calendar featuring offerings of telephone + online peer support + wellness activities! 

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How Events are Sorted:

First, at the top of the list: Disaster Hotline & Oregon Safe + Strong Helpline.

Next in the list: Bundled “All Day” Events for organizations with events happening at multiple times throughout the day and/or in many formats or locations; these are bundled into a single listing to prevent endless scrolling.  Usually these offer a lookup by zip code or other criteria. 

Lastly, Time-Specific Events listed by start time from 12:01am early morning to 11:59pm late night.  Warmlines and places east of Oregon’s time zone tend to start earlier (e.g. 4am in Oregon is 7am in New York).

Apr
14
Wed
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
Apr 14 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
Apr 14 all-day
Apr
15
Thu
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
Apr 15 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
Apr 15 all-day
Apr
16
Fri
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
Apr 16 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
Apr 16 all-day
Apr
17
Sat
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
Apr 17 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
Apr 17 all-day
Apr
18
Sun
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
Apr 18 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
Apr 18 all-day
Apr
19
Mon
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
Apr 19 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
Apr 19 all-day
Apr
20
Tue
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
Apr 20 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
Apr 20 all-day
Apr
21
Wed
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
Apr 21 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
Apr 21 all-day
Apr
22
Thu
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
Apr 22 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
Apr 22 all-day
LFL – Lines for Life – Military Culture Awareness & Suicide Prevention Training for Providers – Training Dates From April through May @ Online Via ZOOM
Apr 22 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Medical and Behavioral Health Providers:

Join us to better serve Veterans and Military Service Members in your community! 

Training Dates Available From April Through May 14th (See Link Below for List)

Please Note: All trainings are two consecutive days.

Oregon Veterans face a higher suicide rate than their civilian peers. “For every Service Member who dies in combat, 25-30 take their own lives”1

Veterans face unique barriers to accessing medical and behavioral healthcare. Many Providers, although highly skilled, are unfamiliar with Military culture and the unique needs of Veterans as they pertain to behavioral health, and more specifically, to suicidality. 

Military Culture Awareness & Suicide Prevention Training for Providers is a two-day training that addresses in-depth knowledge and skills to bridge this gap between providers and Veterans who seek care. 

By educating providers on Veteran and Military-specific language and other cultural cues, as well as providing access to specific suicide prevention and intervention assessments, we hope to improve providers’ familiarity with Service Members needs around mental health and suicide.

Earn up to 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™*

The two-day trainings are held virtually on Zoom between March and May 2021. There are two types of trainings available:

  1. Regional trainings where Providers can share local resources and challenges as a cohort 
  2. Statewide trainings focusing on under-served populations, including Veterans and Military Service Members who are LGBTQ+, Women, and/or Tribal Members. 

If the training in your region has filled up, consider attending a Statewide Key Populations training, which has the same core content as each regional training.

Please note that this training is intended for those who provide services in the state of Oregon.

Training cost: Free

Platform: Virtual, Zoom

For a list of training dates and times use this link:  View Training Dates

To complete the pre-training Survey use this link: Pre-Training Survey

To Register Use This Link:  REGISTRATION

 Learning objectives:

  • Improve the overall quality of care for Service Members, Veterans, and their Families (SMVF) by applying targeted knowledge and awareness of military culture. 
  • Synthesize concepts learned about military culture and suicide prevention in order to address the complexity of risk facing SMVF.  
  • Use motivational interviewing strategies to develop a collaborative safety plan that addresses the unique needs of SMVF 
  • Improve access, coordination, and teamwork to support and improve the mental health of SMVF. Utilize an inter-disciplinary team approach to safety planning and harm reduction. 
  • Confidently implement care standards required by law 
  • Understand the current scope and significance of suicide as a problem, particularly among SMVF 
  • Apply FVT, functional model of suicide, suicide mode, and BPSS lens concepts to the case scenario. 
  • Adopt a trauma-informed, person-centered approach to care 
  • Conduct a thorough suicide risk assessment including lethal means (skill acquisition). 

* Accreditation: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of OHSU School of Medicine and Lines for Life. The OHSU School of Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. 

* Credit: Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

To Register Use This Link:  REGISTRATION

Contact Us:  Contact Us By Email

 

 

Apr
23
Fri
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
Apr 23 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
Apr 23 all-day
Apr
24
Sat
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
Apr 24 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
Apr 24 all-day
Apr
25
Sun
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
Apr 25 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
Apr 25 all-day
Apr
26
Mon
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
Apr 26 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
Apr 26 all-day
Apr
27
Tue
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
Apr 27 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
Apr 27 all-day
Apr
28
Wed
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
Apr 28 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
Apr 28 all-day
Apr
29
Thu
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
Apr 29 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
Apr 29 all-day
LFL – Lines for Life – Military Culture Awareness & Suicide Prevention Training for Providers – Training Dates From April through May @ Online Via ZOOM
Apr 29 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Medical and Behavioral Health Providers:

Join us to better serve Veterans and Military Service Members in your community! 

Training Dates Available From April Through May 14th (See Link Below for List)

Please Note: All trainings are two consecutive days.

Oregon Veterans face a higher suicide rate than their civilian peers. “For every Service Member who dies in combat, 25-30 take their own lives”1

Veterans face unique barriers to accessing medical and behavioral healthcare. Many Providers, although highly skilled, are unfamiliar with Military culture and the unique needs of Veterans as they pertain to behavioral health, and more specifically, to suicidality. 

Military Culture Awareness & Suicide Prevention Training for Providers is a two-day training that addresses in-depth knowledge and skills to bridge this gap between providers and Veterans who seek care. 

By educating providers on Veteran and Military-specific language and other cultural cues, as well as providing access to specific suicide prevention and intervention assessments, we hope to improve providers’ familiarity with Service Members needs around mental health and suicide.

Earn up to 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™*

The two-day trainings are held virtually on Zoom between March and May 2021. There are two types of trainings available:

  1. Regional trainings where Providers can share local resources and challenges as a cohort 
  2. Statewide trainings focusing on under-served populations, including Veterans and Military Service Members who are LGBTQ+, Women, and/or Tribal Members. 

If the training in your region has filled up, consider attending a Statewide Key Populations training, which has the same core content as each regional training.

Please note that this training is intended for those who provide services in the state of Oregon.

Training cost: Free

Platform: Virtual, Zoom

For a list of training dates and times use this link:  View Training Dates

To complete the pre-training Survey use this link: Pre-Training Survey

To Register Use This Link:  REGISTRATION

 Learning objectives:

  • Improve the overall quality of care for Service Members, Veterans, and their Families (SMVF) by applying targeted knowledge and awareness of military culture. 
  • Synthesize concepts learned about military culture and suicide prevention in order to address the complexity of risk facing SMVF.  
  • Use motivational interviewing strategies to develop a collaborative safety plan that addresses the unique needs of SMVF 
  • Improve access, coordination, and teamwork to support and improve the mental health of SMVF. Utilize an inter-disciplinary team approach to safety planning and harm reduction. 
  • Confidently implement care standards required by law 
  • Understand the current scope and significance of suicide as a problem, particularly among SMVF 
  • Apply FVT, functional model of suicide, suicide mode, and BPSS lens concepts to the case scenario. 
  • Adopt a trauma-informed, person-centered approach to care 
  • Conduct a thorough suicide risk assessment including lethal means (skill acquisition). 

* Accreditation: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of OHSU School of Medicine and Lines for Life. The OHSU School of Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. 

* Credit: Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

To Register Use This Link:  REGISTRATION

Contact Us:  Contact Us By Email

 

 

Apr
30
Fri
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
Apr 30 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
Apr 30 all-day
May
1
Sat
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 1 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
May 1 all-day
May
2
Sun
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 2 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
May 2 all-day
May
3
Mon
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 3 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
May 3 all-day
LFL – Lines for Life – Military Culture Awareness & Suicide Prevention Training for Providers – Training Dates From April through May @ Online Via ZOOM
May 3 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Medical and Behavioral Health Providers:

Join us to better serve Veterans and Military Service Members in your community! 

Training Dates Available From April Through May 14th (See Link Below for List)

Please Note: All trainings are two consecutive days.

Oregon Veterans face a higher suicide rate than their civilian peers. “For every Service Member who dies in combat, 25-30 take their own lives”1

Veterans face unique barriers to accessing medical and behavioral healthcare. Many Providers, although highly skilled, are unfamiliar with Military culture and the unique needs of Veterans as they pertain to behavioral health, and more specifically, to suicidality. 

Military Culture Awareness & Suicide Prevention Training for Providers is a two-day training that addresses in-depth knowledge and skills to bridge this gap between providers and Veterans who seek care. 

By educating providers on Veteran and Military-specific language and other cultural cues, as well as providing access to specific suicide prevention and intervention assessments, we hope to improve providers’ familiarity with Service Members needs around mental health and suicide.

Earn up to 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™*

The two-day trainings are held virtually on Zoom between March and May 2021. There are two types of trainings available:

  1. Regional trainings where Providers can share local resources and challenges as a cohort 
  2. Statewide trainings focusing on under-served populations, including Veterans and Military Service Members who are LGBTQ+, Women, and/or Tribal Members. 

If the training in your region has filled up, consider attending a Statewide Key Populations training, which has the same core content as each regional training.

Please note that this training is intended for those who provide services in the state of Oregon.

Training cost: Free

Platform: Virtual, Zoom

For a list of training dates and times use this link:  View Training Dates

To complete the pre-training Survey use this link: Pre-Training Survey

To Register Use This Link:  REGISTRATION

 Learning objectives:

  • Improve the overall quality of care for Service Members, Veterans, and their Families (SMVF) by applying targeted knowledge and awareness of military culture. 
  • Synthesize concepts learned about military culture and suicide prevention in order to address the complexity of risk facing SMVF.  
  • Use motivational interviewing strategies to develop a collaborative safety plan that addresses the unique needs of SMVF 
  • Improve access, coordination, and teamwork to support and improve the mental health of SMVF. Utilize an inter-disciplinary team approach to safety planning and harm reduction. 
  • Confidently implement care standards required by law 
  • Understand the current scope and significance of suicide as a problem, particularly among SMVF 
  • Apply FVT, functional model of suicide, suicide mode, and BPSS lens concepts to the case scenario. 
  • Adopt a trauma-informed, person-centered approach to care 
  • Conduct a thorough suicide risk assessment including lethal means (skill acquisition). 

* Accreditation: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of OHSU School of Medicine and Lines for Life. The OHSU School of Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. 

* Credit: Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

To Register Use This Link:  REGISTRATION

Contact Us:  Contact Us By Email

 

 

May
4
Tue
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 4 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
May 4 all-day
May
5
Wed
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 5 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
May 5 all-day
May
6
Thu
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 6 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
May 6 all-day
LFL – Lines for Life – Military Culture Awareness & Suicide Prevention Training for Providers – Training Dates From April through May @ Online Via ZOOM
May 6 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Medical and Behavioral Health Providers:

Join us to better serve Veterans and Military Service Members in your community! 

Training Dates Available From April Through May 14th (See Link Below for List)

Please Note: All trainings are two consecutive days.

Oregon Veterans face a higher suicide rate than their civilian peers. “For every Service Member who dies in combat, 25-30 take their own lives”1

Veterans face unique barriers to accessing medical and behavioral healthcare. Many Providers, although highly skilled, are unfamiliar with Military culture and the unique needs of Veterans as they pertain to behavioral health, and more specifically, to suicidality. 

Military Culture Awareness & Suicide Prevention Training for Providers is a two-day training that addresses in-depth knowledge and skills to bridge this gap between providers and Veterans who seek care. 

By educating providers on Veteran and Military-specific language and other cultural cues, as well as providing access to specific suicide prevention and intervention assessments, we hope to improve providers’ familiarity with Service Members needs around mental health and suicide.

Earn up to 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™*

The two-day trainings are held virtually on Zoom between March and May 2021. There are two types of trainings available:

  1. Regional trainings where Providers can share local resources and challenges as a cohort 
  2. Statewide trainings focusing on under-served populations, including Veterans and Military Service Members who are LGBTQ+, Women, and/or Tribal Members. 

If the training in your region has filled up, consider attending a Statewide Key Populations training, which has the same core content as each regional training.

Please note that this training is intended for those who provide services in the state of Oregon.

Training cost: Free

Platform: Virtual, Zoom

For a list of training dates and times use this link:  View Training Dates

To complete the pre-training Survey use this link: Pre-Training Survey

To Register Use This Link:  REGISTRATION

 Learning objectives:

  • Improve the overall quality of care for Service Members, Veterans, and their Families (SMVF) by applying targeted knowledge and awareness of military culture. 
  • Synthesize concepts learned about military culture and suicide prevention in order to address the complexity of risk facing SMVF.  
  • Use motivational interviewing strategies to develop a collaborative safety plan that addresses the unique needs of SMVF 
  • Improve access, coordination, and teamwork to support and improve the mental health of SMVF. Utilize an inter-disciplinary team approach to safety planning and harm reduction. 
  • Confidently implement care standards required by law 
  • Understand the current scope and significance of suicide as a problem, particularly among SMVF 
  • Apply FVT, functional model of suicide, suicide mode, and BPSS lens concepts to the case scenario. 
  • Adopt a trauma-informed, person-centered approach to care 
  • Conduct a thorough suicide risk assessment including lethal means (skill acquisition). 

* Accreditation: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of OHSU School of Medicine and Lines for Life. The OHSU School of Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. 

* Credit: Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

To Register Use This Link:  REGISTRATION

Contact Us:  Contact Us By Email

 

 

May
7
Fri
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 7 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
May 7 all-day
May
8
Sat
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 8 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
May 8 all-day
May
9
Sun
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 9 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
May 9 all-day
May
10
Mon
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 10 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
May 10 all-day
May
11
Tue
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 11 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
May 11 all-day
May
12
Wed
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 12 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
May 12 all-day
May
13
Thu
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 13 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
May 13 all-day
May
14
Fri
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 14 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
May 14 all-day
LFL – Lines for Life – Military Culture Awareness & Suicide Prevention Training for Providers – Training Dates From April through May @ Online Via ZOOM
May 14 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Medical and Behavioral Health Providers:

Join us to better serve Veterans and Military Service Members in your community! 

Training Dates Available From April Through May 14th (See Link Below for List)

Please Note: All trainings are two consecutive days.

Oregon Veterans face a higher suicide rate than their civilian peers. “For every Service Member who dies in combat, 25-30 take their own lives”1

Veterans face unique barriers to accessing medical and behavioral healthcare. Many Providers, although highly skilled, are unfamiliar with Military culture and the unique needs of Veterans as they pertain to behavioral health, and more specifically, to suicidality. 

Military Culture Awareness & Suicide Prevention Training for Providers is a two-day training that addresses in-depth knowledge and skills to bridge this gap between providers and Veterans who seek care. 

By educating providers on Veteran and Military-specific language and other cultural cues, as well as providing access to specific suicide prevention and intervention assessments, we hope to improve providers’ familiarity with Service Members needs around mental health and suicide.

Earn up to 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™*

The two-day trainings are held virtually on Zoom between March and May 2021. There are two types of trainings available:

  1. Regional trainings where Providers can share local resources and challenges as a cohort 
  2. Statewide trainings focusing on under-served populations, including Veterans and Military Service Members who are LGBTQ+, Women, and/or Tribal Members. 

If the training in your region has filled up, consider attending a Statewide Key Populations training, which has the same core content as each regional training.

Please note that this training is intended for those who provide services in the state of Oregon.

Training cost: Free

Platform: Virtual, Zoom

For a list of training dates and times use this link:  View Training Dates

To complete the pre-training Survey use this link: Pre-Training Survey

To Register Use This Link:  REGISTRATION

 Learning objectives:

  • Improve the overall quality of care for Service Members, Veterans, and their Families (SMVF) by applying targeted knowledge and awareness of military culture. 
  • Synthesize concepts learned about military culture and suicide prevention in order to address the complexity of risk facing SMVF.  
  • Use motivational interviewing strategies to develop a collaborative safety plan that addresses the unique needs of SMVF 
  • Improve access, coordination, and teamwork to support and improve the mental health of SMVF. Utilize an inter-disciplinary team approach to safety planning and harm reduction. 
  • Confidently implement care standards required by law 
  • Understand the current scope and significance of suicide as a problem, particularly among SMVF 
  • Apply FVT, functional model of suicide, suicide mode, and BPSS lens concepts to the case scenario. 
  • Adopt a trauma-informed, person-centered approach to care 
  • Conduct a thorough suicide risk assessment including lethal means (skill acquisition). 

* Accreditation: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of OHSU School of Medicine and Lines for Life. The OHSU School of Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. 

* Credit: Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

To Register Use This Link:  REGISTRATION

Contact Us:  Contact Us By Email

 

 

May
15
Sat
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 15 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
May 15 all-day
May
16
Sun
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 16 all-day
ODVA – Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs – Save the Date – Virtual and Free Woman Veterans Conference – Saturday May 22 @ Fourth Coming
May 16 all-day
May
17
Mon
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 17 all-day
May
18
Tue
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 18 all-day
May
19
Wed
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 19 all-day
May
20
Thu
NAMI/Multnomah – Veteran Quick Resource List – Resource Listing @ None
May 20 all-day