Many college students have thoughts of suicide at some point in their life and many more struggle with mental health concerns. People often want to give help and support to these individuals, but feel unsure and uneasy about what to do. There is a great deal of taboo surrounding suicide, asking for help, and knowing what to say. However, it only takes a moment to break these barriers and to receive and offer help. Come learn how to seize the awkward moment and Start the Conversation!
Every semester the Tech Ends Suicide Initiative hosts several general campus trainings that are open to all members of the Georgia Tech community.
Register for a suicide prevention session by selecting the preferred date and filling out the form. For virtual sessions, a Microsoft Teams link will be emailed to registrants prior to the training. Typically sessions are capped at a maximum of 35 participants for these trainings.