Bridging the Divide 2016
Pathways to Resiliency, Strength and Recovery
2016 Bridging the Divide: Suicide Awareness and Prevention Summit
Parking on Campus: NEW this Year!!
On campus parking is NO longer complimentary. You will need to pay a flat fee of $3/per car, per day to park on Regis campus. The on-campus parking kiosks will reflect this price. You can pay for parking via the parking kiosk or access the Parkmobile app. With either method, you MUST KNOW your license plate number on your vehicle to complete the process and pay.
The Parkmobile app can be downloaded from the App Store, Google play, Windows Store, Blackberry App World and Amazon apps or you can go online tohttp://us.parkmobile.com/ and register in advance. To pay for parking, open the app, enter in the Regis zone number (4001), and confirm the zone number, location and license plate number for your vehicle. You may be prompted to enter a time duration you intend to be in the lot. The final step will be payment which can be done via credit or debit card or PayPal. NOTE: There is a 35 cent transaction fee charged by Parkmobile. If you choose to use the parking kiosk, you can use a credit/debit card or exact change of $3 per day.
Event thru April 5, 2016 after April 5, 2016
May 5-6 Summit Registration (SPCC member) $135 $145
May 5-6 Summit Registration (nonmember) $150 $160
May 4 Working Minds Train the Trainer Preconference $285 $295
May 4 Suicide to Hope (s2H) Preconference Workshop* $225 $235 This offering has been canceled due to lack of registrations.
May 5 Half-Day Preconference Workshops** $0*** $0***
(These are offered concurrently so you can only attend one of the three on Thursday morning.)
May 5-6 CE Fee for Education Credits $30 $30
(If you would like to receive CE credits for attending the keynote sessions of BtD, you must register via the online form and pay the $30 fee.)
May 5-6 Summit Registration includes refreshment break and networking receptiong on Thursday, May 5 and continental breakfast, refreshment breaks and lunch on Friday, May 6 plus all program materials.
*May 4 LOCATION CHANGE!!! Working Minds Train the Trainer workshop will now be held at Mountain States Employers Council office at 1799 Pennsylvania Street in Denver. Lunch ONLY will be provided on Wednesday, May 4 plus all workshop materials.
**Morning half-day workshops include continental breakfast and a refreshment break on Thursday, May 5 plus all workshop materials.
NOTE: Preconference workshop speakers have set a minimum number of participants needed in order to hold the workshop. Workshop registrants will be notified by April 18 if their workshop has been cancelled due to lack of registration.
***safeTALK is provided free of charge to attendees by the AFSP Colorado Chapter. Honoring Your Grief Journey is provided free of charge to attendees by SpeakUp ReachOut.
Continuing Education Credits
This program is approved for 3 hours of continuing education. The University of Denver, Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. GSPP maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
In order to receive the CE credits, you must do the following:
There are a limited number of scholarships available for students and fixed income attendees, and they will be awarded on the basis of need. Scholarships will cover a varying percentage of registration fees to help defray costs associated with attendance for those who would otherwise not be able to attend. Most recipients will be asked to pay a partial registration fee in order to participate in any meal functions. Click here for the scholarship application form. Applicants will be notified by April 29 if a scholarship has been awarded.
If you are 65 years or older and retired, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for special registration instructions.
Special Needs Attendees
We strive to make this summit accessible for all registrants. Please see the special needs section of the registration form to request additional services and/or special dietary needs. Regis University’s Claver Hall, where our main summit will be held, does have elevators for ADA accessibility.
Payment and Cancellation Policies
Payment is due upon registration. Cancellations postmarked or e-mailed on or before April 5, 2016 are entitled to a full refund less a $25 processing fee. No refunds will be given after April 5, 2016. However, you may send a colleague in your place. Simply e-mail us at email@example.com with the new name, etc.
NOTE: As mentioned above, preconference workshop speakers have set a minimum number of participants needed in order to hold the workshop. Workshop registrants will be notified by April 18 if their workshop has been cancelled due to lack of registration. If your workshop is cancelled, you will receive a full workshop registration fee refund. No processing fee will be deducted.
Audio/Videotaping, Digital Recording, and Photography
Because all presentations and associated materials are the speakers' intellectual property, please obtain the speakers' permission to record their session or activity in any medium. Recording for commercial purposes is allowed only with prior permission from both SPCC and the speakers. SPCC reserves the right to ask any attendee to move within or to leave a session venue if their use of technology is disruptive to speakers or other attendees.