Gelt Charitable Foundation


The Suicide Prevention Workshop provided key strategies to help those we care about who may be considering suicide. It was important to hear about misconceptions around suicide and very beneficial to learn skills necessary to be a mental health "lifeguard". As a sorority advisor, I am grateful to be able to better support the collegiate women that I support. I am thankful that my chapter officers and general membership were also able to participate in this worthwhile program.​

If You See Something, Say Something" is a clear, and concise presentation in how to recognize signs of suicide. Aside from what to notice in someone's behavior, many resources are offered as hope and help to someone in distress. A very difficult topic to learn about, the session is extremely helpful and important

This was one of the best presentations I have ever listened to, and believe me I have gone to tons of Zoom trainings since the start of coronavirus. Leigh is a dynamic, knowledgeable presenter with heart, who packed an amazing amount of content (and motivation) into a mere 60-minutes. Although I am a mental health professional myself, I still learned a lot from her. ​

I I feel like I now feel comfortable knowing that I have skills that can save a life. It's no longer a fear of not knowing what to do because I have a plan. The workshop was amazing. Thank you! ​

An incredible workshop with lessons that need to be heard by all. From start to finish, this talk was filled with facts, guides, and tools which help you feel equipped to help someone who is desperately in need. We are all lifeguards and it is essential that we learn how to access our power to help.​​

Learning the four steps and dispelling myths are great tools in helping someone with suicidal ideation. But the most telling concept of the course for me, was the information on the Suicide Mind; gaining clarity on what someone with suicidal ideation is thinking. Thank you! ​

This was an excellent workshop that was factual and honest about the dangers of ignoring warning signs and being uncomfortable with a conversation about suicide. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to be empowered to help save lives.

I really enjoyed the course. It was extremely informative and really shifted my perspective on how I view people with suicidal thoughts. The course taught me how to remove the stigmas surrounding this topic in order to reach the core of the problem. I gained the crucial tools necessary to be a mental health lifeguard.

Gelt Charitable Foundation presented If You See Something, Say Something to our organization. It was very informative and eye opening. Leigh was very organized and thorough and made everyone feel comfortable with such a heavy topic. Thank you, Gelt Charitable Foundation for a great learning experience.

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