Conferences

First Responder & Military Personnel Mental Health & Suicide Awareness Conferences

Edmonton

DATE AND INFORMATION FOR 2018 WILL BE FORTH COMING.  IN THE MEANTIME, NOTED BELOW IS OUR 2017 CONFERENCE CONTENT:

On September 12, 2017, Legacy Place Society, in collaboration with the Edmonton Police Service, Edmonton Fire Rescue, Alberta Health Services-Emergency Medical Services and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police will be co-hosting the First Responder and Military Personnel Mental Health and Suicide Awareness Conference in recognition of World Suicide Prevention Day.

 

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Calgary

DATE AND INFORMATION FOR 2018 WILL BE FORTH COMING.  IN THE MEANTIME, NOTED BELOW IS OUR 2017 CONFERENCE CONTENT:

On September 14, 2017, Legacy Place Society, in collaboration with the Calgary Police Service, Calgary Fire Department, Alberta Health Services-Emergency Medical Services and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police will be co-hosting the third annual First Responders Suicide Awareness Conference in Calgary.

 

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Both Conferences share an opportunity for all from police, fire, EMS, 9-1-1, military, corrections, peace officers, sheriffs, fish and wildlife officers, commercial vehicle enforcement, animal and bylaw officers, security personnel, and front line medical workers and their families to come together in one place to remember the people we have lost to suicide, recognize many today are still suffering in silence, and identify what we can do as a collective to build resiliency and healthy workplaces through awareness and education.

First Responders and Military Personnel are key stakeholders for our safe and healthy communities, and often fail to recognize they too also require support and care to ensure their health for a long career as well as life after their service.

Please join us this year to learn more about the topic of suicide, the most common concerns around mental health and addictions, how to build resiliency in today’s fast-paced world and be a part of the network that is promoting understanding and compassion to reduce stigma and foster hope.

 

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Contact (403) 201-9945

If you’re experiencing a mental health crisis contact your
local crisis centre.