The mission of Connor’s Climb Foundation is to provide suicide prevention education by raising awareness, reducing stigma, and equipping youth, educators, and the community at large with tools and resources focused on the vulnerable
age group of 10-24 year-olds, to New Hampshire and bordering communities.
Connor’s Climb Foundation’s certified suicide prevention educators will train school staff, community leaders and other trusted adults on the best practices for suicide prevention and, where applicable, on implementing the evidence-based SOS Signs of Suicide program.
SOS Implementer Training &
Training Trusted Adults
The Training Trusted Adults seminars focus on how to recognize and react to the various signs of suicide. The training educates staff on how to successfully communicate these signs to their mental health staff and become "Trusted Adults" to the youth they serve.
SOS Signs of Suicide:
Providers as Partners in Prevention
Research tells us that people who die by suicide are more likely to have seen their primary care provider shortly before their death than any other health care professional. This webinar, sponsored by NH Healthy Families, focuses on how Medical providers can recognize and react to the various signs of suicide - particularly in our youth.
SOS User Agreement
Thank you for your request to access the Mindwise SOS portal sponsored by Connor’s Climb Foundation. The first step to access the SOS portal is to read and complete the Connor’s Climb Foundation SOS User Agreement.
This short form provides us with your basic information so we know who is using the program that we have funded.
Once that is complete, we will send you an instruction sheet on how to purchase or renew access to the SOS Portal. As you will see in the User Agreement, we do ask that you commit to implementing it within one year from signing in, as the login information will expire and we don’t want the funds spent on the license to go to waste!
NH Law 193-J
Suicide Prevention Education is the Law!
Since 2014, Connor’s Climb Foundation has been urging lawmakers to pass legislation requiring schools to provide suicide education to staff and students. We are thrilled to announce that the years of hard work have finally paid off with the passing of Senate Bill 282! Now called NH Law 193-J, this LAW ensures that suicide prevention education training is given on an annual basis to all Middle and High School personnel and students using evidence-based materials.