Welcome

Listen Learn Lead is the primary curriculum in the Intervene Challenge. More than 15,000 individuals have taken the Challenge to gain the skills that save lives. Register for an upcoming event today. Better yet, schedule a training for your community. Together we can turn the tide on suicide.

Upcoming Events

Fayetteville, GA

August 24, 2019

Harp's Crossing Baptist Church

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Peachtree City, GA

September 14, 2019

Southside Church

Call Church at 678-364-1575

Milledgeville, GA

September 18, 2019

Georgia War Veterans Home

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Meansville, GA

October 25, 2019

Sponsored by Pike County Family Connections and 

Hosted by Northridge Church

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What others say...

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 "The Intervene Challenge has given me a voice to help end the epidemic of suicide - one person at a time." 
Rebecca Gray, retired educator 

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"The Intervene Challenge is the most impactful training I have attended in my 20 year career. Since implementing annual training for our teachers four years ago we have sustained a ZERO suicide rate."

Dr. Mike Duncan 

School Superintendent

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 “An extraordinary way of reaching people… overwhelmingly touched...already planning the next event!”
MAJ Connie Gonzales, Suicide Prevention Officer USAR 

A national crisis

Suicide is Epidemic

In the US 1.3 million people attempt suicide each year and more than 47,000 die. In addition to the trauma and personal loss associated with suicide the economic loss is estimated to be more than $69 billion annually. 

There is Hope

The Intervene Challenge featuring the Listen Learn Lead Suicide Intervention model is an intervention training for individuals from all walks of life. Gain the skills that builds resilience and restores hope for those at risk. Together we can turn the tide on suicide.

The Network of Care

Vital Steps That Can Save Lives

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This is not  a Crisis Line or a Crisis Site. If you have an emergency call 911 or the National Crisis Line at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). In Georgia call the GACAL at 1-800-715-4225.  Help is available all day and night, every day and night.


Additional steps you can take to help those at risk