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Sydney Rowe

State's Suicide Prevention Training and Survivor Outreach Coordinator

Prevention Management Organization Of Wyoming

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Prevention Management Organization Of Wyoming

777 Fort Street Suite A

Buffalo, Wyoming,82834

United States

Company Description

Established in 2012, the PMO serves as the statewide prevention service provider. Since our inception, we have worked diligently to create and foster a comprehensive and integrated prevention system to effectively manage and support alcohol, tobacco, other dru...more

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Buffalo Police Officers to Receive Crisis Intervention Training – Article from Big Horn Mountain Radio Network | Prevention Management Organization Of Wyoming

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Sidney Rowe, the state's Suicide Prevention Training and Survivor Outreach Coordinator for the Prevention Management organization.
Rowe informed the council that the Wyoming Department of Health has provided funding for 2 BPD officers to attend Crisis Intervention Training… . Rowe went on to say that having officers attend the training will benefit the Buffalo community…


Johnson County | Prevention Management Organization Of Wyoming

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Sydney Rowe
Address: 224 N. Main St. Buffalo, WY 82834 Office: 307-278-0758 Cell: 307-620-9995


pmowyo.org

Sydney Rowe is with the Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming and tells us the message they are hoping to get across...
Rowe says one of the first steps anyone feeling depressed or suicidal should do is talk to someone about it... Damico agrees with Rowe in that talking about it and getting the subject out in the open has kept him alive.


Tackling Issue of Suicide at Local Level – Article from The Sheridan Press | Prevention Management Organization Of Wyoming

pmowyo.org [cached]

"Suicide is a public health crisis but the work that is happening in Wyoming is making a difference," said Sydney Rowe, community prevention professional at the PMO of Wyoming, Johnson and Sheridan County Offices.
"Help and hope are available. Training is also available as Rowe hosts three free gatekeeper courses in Sheridan: Operation Save, QPR and ASIST. Operation Save is a program for veterans done in conjunction with the local Department of Veterans Affairs that is aimed at reducing overall suicide rates, but particularly among veterans. According to the Center of Excellence at the Canandaigua VA Medical Center, male veterans are twice as likely as civilians of either gender to commit suicide. Additionally, a local survivors of suicide loss group meets monthly every third Thursday. "What we really know about people who are survivors of suicide loss is that it can put them at a higher risk themselves, so providing them some sort of outlet after loss is really preventative of further death," Rowe said. Rowe has personal experience with the matter, becoming a survivor of suicide loss at age 14 when a good friend of hers was killed in a murder suicide. Suicide remained a prominent issue throughout her life, losing several friends and acquaintances. In 2005 she lost a very close friend. "In the beginning I was very avoidant of it (suicide), I didn't want anything to do with it. I was very angry and just didn't understand," Rowe said. "After I lost my very close friend in 2005, I decided what I was doing was not working out and I thought I would go about it in a different way. I went to work in mental health and started work with the suicide coalition from there. Local efforts in Sheridan and Wyoming are strong and continuous. An "access to care" survey is close to completion; it was distributed recently to look at what the coalition can do to be more helpful in the current system. "Policy changes, memos of understanding, ending stigmas, raising awareness… this is something we have ongoing and are wrapping up soon as far as closing the survey and deciding where to go from there," Rowe said. Additionally, in the coming months, a National Survivors of Suicide Day event will be held Nov. 22 at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library. For now, Hart wants to encourage everyone to attend the walk, learn about prevention and be there for each other. "Anybody can join, even if they haven't been fundraising there is still plenty of information to gain," she said. "Keep in contact with each other. Keep checking on friends of concern or stay with them if that's possible. Drag them out to do things; don't let them just stay in the house even though they don't want to go, it helps to get out and do things. And just don't forget about them. For more information on local efforts or to participate in the survey, local events or training, contact Sydney Rowe at 620-9995 or srowe@pmowyo.org. How can you get involved? • 'Out of the Darkness' walk, Saturday, 9 a.m. registration 10 a.m. walk, Grinnell Plaza • Survivors of Suicide Loss support group, third Thursday monthly, 5:30-6:30 p.m., contact Dawn Sopron at claypotcounseling@yahoo.com • Free Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper trainings, at your convenience, contact Sydney Rowe at srowe@pmowyo.org or 620-9995 • National Survivors of Suicide Day event, November 22, Fulmer Library • "Sheridan WY Suicide Prevention" on Facebook or www.sheridansuicideprevention.com • Sheridan County Suicide Prevention Coalition meeting, First Christian Church, 102 S. Connor St., second Thursday monthly, noon to 1 p.m. Veterans: for free, confidential support, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, chat online at VeteransCrisisLine.net/Chat, or text to 838255. "Suicide is a public health crisis but the work that is happening in Wyoming is making a difference," said Sydney Rowe, community prevention professional at the PMO of Wyoming, Johnson and Sheridan County Offices. "Help and hope are available. Training is also available as Rowe hosts three free gatekeeper courses in Sheridan: Operation Save, QPR and ASIST. Operation Save is a program for veterans done in conjunction with the local Department of Veterans Affairs that is aimed at reducing overall suicide rates, but particularly among veterans. According to the Center of Excellence at the Canandaigua VA Medical Center, male veterans are twice as likely as civilians of either gender to commit suicide. Additionally, a local survivors of suicide loss group meets monthly every third Thursday. "What we really know about people who are survivors of suicide loss is that it can put them at a higher risk themselves, so providing them some sort of outlet after loss is really preventative of further death," Rowe said. Rowe has personal experience with the matter, becoming a survivor of suicide loss at age 14 when a good friend of hers was killed in a murder suicide. Suicide remained a prominent issue throughout her life, losing several friends and acquaintances. In 2005 she lost a very close friend. "In the beginning I was very avoidant of it (suicide), I didn't want anything to do with it. I was very angry and just didn't understand," Rowe said. "After I lost my very close friend in 2005, I decided what I was doing was not working out and I thought I would go about it in a different way. I went to work in mental health and started work with the suicide coalition from there. Local efforts in Sheridan and Wyoming are strong and continuous. An "access to care" survey is close to completion; it was distributed recently to look at what the coalition can do to be more helpful in the current system. "Policy changes, memos of understanding, ending stigmas, raising awareness… this is something we have ongoing and are wrapping up soon as far as closing the survey and deciding where to go from there," Rowe said. Additionally, in the coming months, a National Survivors of Suicide Day event will be held Nov. 22 at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library. For now, Hart wants to encourage everyone to attend the walk, learn about prevention and be there for each other. "Anybody can join, even if they haven't been fundraising there is still plenty of information to gain," she said. "Keep in contact with each other. Keep checking on friends of concern or stay with them if that's possible. Drag them out to do things; don't let them just stay in the house even though they don't want to go, it helps to get out and do things. And just don't forget about them. For more information on local efforts or to participate in the survey, local events or training, contact Sydney Rowe at 620-9995 or srowe@pmowyo.org. How can you get involved? • 'Out of the Darkness' walk, Saturday, 9 a.m. registration 10 a.m. walk, Grinnell Plaza • Survivors of Suicide Loss support group, third Thursday monthly, 5:30-6:30 p.m., contact Dawn Sopron at claypotcounseling@yahoo.com • Free Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper trainings, at your convenience, contact Sydney Rowe at srowe@pmowyo.org or 620-9995 • National Survivors of Suicide Day event, November 22, Fulmer Library • "Sheridan WY Suicide Prevention" on Facebook or www.sheridansuicideprevention.com • Sheridan County Suicide Prevention Coalition meeting, First Christian Church, 102 S. Connor St., second Thursday monthly, noon to 1 p.m. Veterans: for free, confidential support, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, chat online at VeteransCrisisLine.net/Chat, or text to 838255.


Tackling Issue of Suicide at Local Level – Article from The Sheridan Press | Prevention Management Organization Of Wyoming

pmowyo.org [cached]

"Suicide is a public health crisis but the work that is happening in Wyoming is making a difference," said Sydney Rowe, community prevention professional at the PMO of Wyoming, Johnson and Sheridan County Offices.
"Help and hope are available. Training is also available as Rowe hosts three free gatekeeper courses in Sheridan: Operation Save, QPR and ASIST. Operation Save is a program for veterans done in conjunction with the local Department of Veterans Affairs that is aimed at reducing overall suicide rates, but particularly among veterans. According to the Center of Excellence at the Canandaigua VA Medical Center, male veterans are twice as likely as civilians of either gender to commit suicide. Additionally, a local survivors of suicide loss group meets monthly every third Thursday. "What we really know about people who are survivors of suicide loss is that it can put them at a higher risk themselves, so providing them some sort of outlet after loss is really preventative of further death," Rowe said. Rowe has personal experience with the matter, becoming a survivor of suicide loss at age 14 when a good friend of hers was killed in a murder suicide. Suicide remained a prominent issue throughout her life, losing several friends and acquaintances. In 2005 she lost a very close friend. "In the beginning I was very avoidant of it (suicide), I didn't want anything to do with it. I was very angry and just didn't understand," Rowe said. "After I lost my very close friend in 2005, I decided what I was doing was not working out and I thought I would go about it in a different way. I went to work in mental health and started work with the suicide coalition from there. Local efforts in Sheridan and Wyoming are strong and continuous. An "access to care" survey is close to completion; it was distributed recently to look at what the coalition can do to be more helpful in the current system. "Policy changes, memos of understanding, ending stigmas, raising awareness… this is something we have ongoing and are wrapping up soon as far as closing the survey and deciding where to go from there," Rowe said. Additionally, in the coming months, a National Survivors of Suicide Day event will be held Nov. 22 at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library. For now, Hart wants to encourage everyone to attend the walk, learn about prevention and be there for each other. "Anybody can join, even if they haven't been fundraising there is still plenty of information to gain," she said. "Keep in contact with each other. Keep checking on friends of concern or stay with them if that's possible. Drag them out to do things; don't let them just stay in the house even though they don't want to go, it helps to get out and do things. And just don't forget about them. For more information on local efforts or to participate in the survey, local events or training, contact Sydney Rowe at 620-9995 or srowe@pmowyo.org. How can you get involved? • 'Out of the Darkness' walk, Saturday, 9 a.m. registration 10 a.m. walk, Grinnell Plaza • Survivors of Suicide Loss support group, third Thursday monthly, 5:30-6:30 p.m., contact Dawn Sopron at claypotcounseling@yahoo.com • Free Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper trainings, at your convenience, contact Sydney Rowe at srowe@pmowyo.org or 620-9995 • National Survivors of Suicide Day event, November 22, Fulmer Library • "Sheridan WY Suicide Prevention" on Facebook or www.sheridansuicideprevention.com • Sheridan County Suicide Prevention Coalition meeting, First Christian Church, 102 S. Connor St., second Thursday monthly, noon to 1 p.m. Veterans: for free, confidential support, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, chat online at VeteransCrisisLine.net/Chat, or text to 838255. "Suicide is a public health crisis but the work that is happening in Wyoming is making a difference," said Sydney Rowe, community prevention professional at the PMO of Wyoming, Johnson and Sheridan County Offices. "Help and hope are available. Training is also available as Rowe hosts three free gatekeeper courses in Sheridan: Operation Save, QPR and ASIST. Operation Save is a program for veterans done in conjunction with the local Department of Veterans Affairs that is aimed at reducing overall suicide rates, but particularly among veterans. According to the Center of Excellence at the Canandaigua VA Medical Center, male veterans are twice as likely as civilians of either gender to commit suicide. Additionally, a local survivors of suicide loss group meets monthly every third Thursday. "What we really know about people who are survivors of suicide loss is that it can put them at a higher risk themselves, so providing them some sort of outlet after loss is really preventative of further death," Rowe said. Rowe has personal experience with the matter, becoming a survivor of suicide loss at age 14 when a good friend of hers was killed in a murder suicide. Suicide remained a prominent issue throughout her life, losing several friends and acquaintances. In 2005 she lost a very close friend. "In the beginning I was very avoidant of it (suicide), I didn't want anything to do with it. I was very angry and just didn't understand," Rowe said. "After I lost my very close friend in 2005, I decided what I was doing was not working out and I thought I would go about it in a different way. I went to work in mental health and started work with the suicide coalition from there. Local efforts in Sheridan and Wyoming are strong and continuous. An "access to care" survey is close to completion; it was distributed recently to look at what the coalition can do to be more helpful in the current system. "Policy changes, memos of understanding, ending stigmas, raising awareness… this is something we have ongoing and are wrapping up soon as far as closing the survey and deciding where to go from there," Rowe said. Additionally, in the coming months, a National Survivors of Suicide Day event will be held Nov. 22 at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library. For now, Hart wants to encourage everyone to attend the walk, learn about prevention and be there for each other. "Anybody can join, even if they haven't been fundraising there is still plenty of information to gain," she said. "Keep in contact with each other. Keep checking on friends of concern or stay with them if that's possible. Drag them out to do things; don't let them just stay in the house even though they don't want to go, it helps to get out and do things. And just don't forget about them. For more information on local efforts or to participate in the survey, local events or training, contact Sydney Rowe at 620-9995 or srowe@pmowyo.org. How can you get involved? • 'Out of the Darkness' walk, Saturday, 9 a.m. registration 10 a.m. walk, Grinnell Plaza • Survivors of Suicide Loss support group, third Thursday monthly, 5:30-6:30 p.m., contact Dawn Sopron at claypotcounseling@yahoo.com • Free Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper trainings, at your convenience, contact Sydney Rowe at srowe@pmowyo.org or 620-9995 • National Survivors of Suicide Day event, November 22, Fulmer Library • "Sheridan WY Suicide Prevention" on Facebook or www.sheridansuicideprevention.com • Sheridan County Suicide Prevention Coalition meeting, First Christian Church, 102 S. Connor St., second Thursday monthly, noon to 1 p.m. Veterans: for free, confidential support, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, chat online at VeteransCrisisLine.net/Chat, or text to 838255.


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