The Idaho Lives Project, in partnership with the State Department of Education and the Suicide Prevention Action Network of Idaho, is hosting a series of 90-minute youth suicide prevention trainings in communities across the Gem State. One of those training sessions is set for Monday in Driggs at the Teton Middle School. These trainings provide a forum for discussing how to recognize and respond to suicide warning signs in youth and adults, understand what suicide looks like in Idaho, and identify resources that are available to help youth and adults in crisis in the local community. The trainings are free and open to all adults. The session in Driggs begins at 7:00 pm.