24th Annual Nate Chute - Banked Slalom & Boardercross - March 18 & 19
01/18 UPDATE: THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT! Please sign up for the waitlist HERE.
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Montana Chapter for American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) presents a one-hour program
by Montana Chapter Programs Manager, Tracy Rassley.
September 22 at 7:00 PM
Gathering Place at the Gateway Community Center, 1203 Hwy. 2W., Kalispell, MT.
Introduction to Supporting Those at Risk is a 60-minute presentation that
provides introductory information on how to support someone with lived
experience. Participants who are interested in learning the basics of
supporting someone with lived experience will learn what research tells us
about suicide and understand the process of recovery and the complex effects
that a suicidal crisis can have on a family or support system. The target
audience for this presentation are those who support someone with lived
experience and community members interested in an introductory education
program. Participants will learn strategies for helping to support someone with
lived experience, as well as relevant resources.
Tuesday, May 17th at 6:30PM
Doors open at 6PM
On behalf of Mental Health Awareness Month, North Valley Music School and the Nate Chute Foundation will host a Music & Mental Health Panel to explore the relationship between music and wellness.
The panel will take place Tuesday, May 17 at the Black Box Theater in Whitefish High School. Doors open at 6 pm with the panel occurring from 6:30- 8 pm. The event is free and open to the public, though pre-registration is required.
Moderated by the Nate Chute Foundation, the panelists will discuss how music and mental health are correlated and explore music's unique ability to unify people in difficult times. The panelists will also share their stories and explain how music has helped impact their own mental health journeys.
Thursday, March 10th from 6PM - 7:30PM MST
In this 90 minute training, attendees will gain a broader understanding of suicide and suicidal ideation, and will learn 3 simple action steps that anyone can use to help save a life from suicide. Just as people trained in CPR help save thousands of lives each year, Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) gatekeepers learn how to recognize warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help. This training is offered by Nate Chute Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedication to suicide prevention in northwest Montana.
Wednesday, January 12th, 2022 6PM - 7:30PM
A brief introduction to suicide prevention
Suicide can be prevented. This presentation will cover what we know about this leading cause of death, the most up-to-date research on prevention, and what we can all do to fight suicide.
Participants will learn the common risk factors for suicide, how to spot the warning signs in others, and how to keep ourselves, our loved ones and those in our community safe.
Monday, November 8th 4PM - 6PM and Saturday, November 13th 4:30PM - 6PM
Please reach out to Rachel at email@example.com or 406-730-2521 with any questions!
The Nate Chute Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation.
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