Contact PSGM

The coalition welcomes any agencies and organizations, as well as individuals, to be part of this critical initiative.

To join Prevent Suicide Greater Milwaukee and/or to request QPR Gatekeeper Training for your group, please contact Adrienne O'Neil at Mental Health America of Wisconsin at (414) 336-7970. Or, use the following Contact Form.


Learn more about PSGM

PSGM Grief Relief for Young Adults ages 18-24

Have you lost a loved one to suicide? PSGM is offering a free support group for young adults ages 18 to 24 who have suffered the death of a friend, parent, sibling or other loved one due to suicide. Learn more and register >>


PowerPoint Presentations from the 1st Annual Suicide Prevention Conference

The Neurophysiology of Stress and Depression   Brian M. Fidlin, Psy.D., Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine

Beating the Stigma of Mental Illness: What Says the Dodo Bird?  Patrick Corrigan, Illinois Institute of Technology (very large file, may open slowly)

Unfortunately we are unable to share Dr. Garbelman's  powerpoint, but attendees will be contacted by e-mail by Dr. Posner or Dr. Garbelman with further information regarding the C-SSRS. Also, if you want more information on C-SSRS you can go to their website for more complete information, other versions and uses of the C-SSRS, etc.

We are also unable to share Michael Orban's presentation. If you would like to receive his presentation you may email him directly at
His website is:

Resources for PSGM

Children Hospital of Wisconsin (CHW) Bereavement Services for Children: Provides a listing of grief support services. Click here to download.

Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC):   Provides prevention support, training and resources to assist organizations and individuals todevelop suicide prevention programs, interventions, and policies, and to advance the NationalStrategy for Suicide Prevention. There are printable handouts for many different age groups,cultural groups and vocational groups.

Helping Others Prevent and Educate About Suicide (HOPES):  Survivor information.

American Association of Suicidology (AAS):   Printable fact sheets for special populations in English and Spanish. Promotes research, awareness programs, and education and training for professionals and volunteers. Also provideslisting for survivor of suicide support groups.