Oregon Suicide Prevention Conference (OSPC)
Tuesday, October 11th through Thursday, October 13th, 2022
Ashland Hills Hotel Conference Center in Ashland, Oregon
Lines for Life, Oregon Health Authority, and other dedicated community partners invite you to join us at the
Oregon Suicide Prevention Conference (OSPC). Attendees will encounter plentiful opportunities to learn, connect, and heal and will leave with relevant networks, skills, and training, along with to-do lists for improving suicide prevention and mental health promotion efforts in their communities. OSPC 2022 – Reconnecting to Hope: Growing Responsive Communities – focuses on rebuilding and growing connections between individuals, providers, local and state resources, advocates, and prevention leaders. These connections strengthen community support networks and create systems that can respond with compassion and care to address individuals' unique needs, lifting Oregonians to reconnect to hope when they are struggling. OSPC 2022 will be held Tuesday, October 11th through Thursday, October 13th, 2022, at Ashland Hills Hotel Conference Center in Ashland, Oregon. Pre-conference trainings will be
on Monday, October 10th. This conference is an in-person event, so the guidance of local and federal health authorities concerning COVID-19 risk and precautions will be followed.
To find out more or to register, visit https://web.cvent.com/event/051c16dc-efc4-49d9-8c3b-020a49f4e9ff/websitePage:0b50957b-305a-43b0-8bc4-622f42b7d68d
Sara J. Cobb
Founder, My Grief Connection
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Updated 25 January 2023
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