Mental Health and Crisis Training Resources

Safe Harbor Behavioral Health of UPMC Hamot offers a range of training programs and technical aid.

Training topics include:

  • Risk assessment and suicide prevention.
  • Mental health law and procedures for Erie County.
  • Community safety and safety planning methods.
  • Serious mental illness.
  • Stress management.

Evidence-based Mental Illness and Suicide Training

Training programs include:

You can also ask us to cover certain topics, such as:

  • Managing crises during holidays.
  • Children and grief.
  • Suicide survivors.

To learn more about mental health and crisis training, call Crisis Services at 814-456-2014.

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