Prime for Life (18+) and Prime for Life (under 18) Prime for Life is an evidence-based motivational prevention, intervention and pretreatment program specifically designed for people who may be making high-risk choices. This includes but is not limited to impaired driving offenders, college students, and young people charged with alcohol and/or drug offenses. It is designed to change drinking and drug use behaviors by changing beliefs, attitudes, risk perceptions, motivations, and the knowledge of how to reduce their risk of alcohol and drug related problems throughout their lives. The 16-hour curriculum is offered every other month. This class is in lecture format with opportunity for discussion and processing. Each student is provided with a workbook to follow along and take notes in. Participants will receive a certificate of completion after successfully passing the post-test.
Upcoming Classes and registration dates:
- February 28th, March 1st, 2nd, 3rd from 5-9pm
- Register for this course by Feb. 25th
- May 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th at 5pm
- Register for this course by April 29th
- June 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th at 5pm
- Register for this course by June 24th
- August 29th, 30th, 31st and Sept. 1st at 5pm
- Register for this course by August 26th
- Nov. 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th at 5pm
- Register for this course by Nov. 4th
Register for a course-
Participants are required to complete a questionnaire and pay the $200 fee upon registration. Schedule an appointment here to meet with prevention staff and register: tooeleprevention.setmore.com
Call 435-277-2363 with any additional questions about the class or how to register.
If you are under 18, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Child Abuse Prevention
Tooele Prevention Services has partnered with Prevent Child Abuse Utah (PCAU) to offer a child abuse prevention curriculum in Kindergarten through 6th grade in Tooele County School District. PCAU prevention programs educate children to recognize abuse, engage children to learn safety strategies, and empower children to report abuse. PCAU school programs are age appropriate and typically taught in the classroom with visual aids, videos, and other interactive activities such as role playing.
We also offer Jr. And Sr. High School presentations and parent and teacher trainings on Child Abuse prevention upon request.
Find out more at: https://pcautah.org/
To request this training please call or e-mail Natalie Heiner at email@example.com or call 435-277-2377.
Working Minds – Developed by the Carson J Spencer Foundation, the Working Minds: Suicide Prevention in the Workplace program consists of two trainings designed to help workplace administrators and employees better understand and prevent suicide.
The 2-hour Working Minds Training gives participants the tools and skills to appreciate the critical need for suicide prevention while creating a forum for dialogue and critical thinking about workplace mental health challenges. The program builds a business case for suicide prevention while promoting help-seeking and help-giving.
Working Minds was developed to address a gap in suicide prevention programming for those of working age. The toolkit was built on best practices and the insights of mental health service providers, human resource professionals, and top suicide prevention experts from across the country.
At the end of training, Working Minds participants will have:
- Increased awareness of suicide prevention.
- Increased capacity for dialogue and critical thinking about workplace mental health challenges.
- Increased ability to promote help-seeking and help-giving in the workplace.
In addition to the initial Working Minds training we offer private, personalized sessions with administrators, HR directors, etc. to help businesses promote policies and practices for their employees to be mentally well.
This is training is most appropriate for HR employees, supervisors, managers, and other administrators. Contact Kevin Neff at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a training.
QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer — the 3 simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. This FREE, evidenced-based program will help participants recognize the warning signs, risk factors, and common behaviors of those at risk for suicide. Participants will learn skills on how to best help and potentially save lives of loved ones. Participants 12 and older are welcome to enroll. This training is for anyone who would like resources on this important issue.
Please contact Stacy Smart with Tooele City at 435-843-2185 to request a training.
Or register online for public trainings held monthly at https://tooelecity.org/city-departments/communities-that-care/q-p-r-suicide-prevention-training/
Live On is a statewide effort to prevent suicide by promoting education, providing resources, and changing our culture around suicide and mental health. Together we can get through, reach out, lift up, look ahead, and Live On. Find out more at https://liveonutah.org/
Mental Health First Aid
This is a skills-based training that teaches participants about mental health and substance use issues. Participants learn how to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders. This 8-hour training provides the skills needed to reach out and provide initial help to those who may be developing a mental health or substance use issue or experiencing a crisis.
Contact Kevin.email@example.com for more information or to organize a training.
Guiding Good Choices
Guiding Good Choices is an evidence-based parenting workshop for parents of kids ages 9-14. Skills taught in this workshop include setting guidelines and consequences, expressing anger in a constructive way, refusal skills to help kids stay out of trouble but keep their friends, and assigning new roles to children. This course reduces substance misuse and other problem behaviors among youth. Participants meet for a weekly 2-hour session over the course of 5 weeks. Dinner and childcare may be included. If interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions about any of these programs, please call 435-277-2363 or email PreventionServices@TooeleHealth.org