Stop the Bleed

A national awareness campaign and a call to action


To schedule a Stop the Bleed training session, contact:

Tom Causer, Stop the Bleed instructor 
tcauser@conemaugh.org
Phone: (814) 534-9096 

Mindy Stohon, Stop the Bleed Coordinator
mstohon@conemaugh.org
Phone: (814) 534-9782


Stop the Bleed is intended to cultivate grassroots efforts that encourage bystanders to become trained, equipped, and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives. With the significant increase in violence, an traumatic event can happen anywhere in public areas, but trauma can also occur in home, automobiles, ATV, motorcycle, and industrial accidents.


Program Details

  • FREE comprehensive training, including procedures that can be complete without any specific equipment, as well as how to use equipment if it is available
  • Program typically lasts 1.5 hours
  • Information regarding how to obtain and purchase equipment used in the training
  • Open to any and all individuals; however, program is recommended for individuals age 16 and older
  • Unique training for police officers regarding how to treat oneself if shot or injured while trying to help others
  • Training can be provided for individuals, small groups, and large conferences
  • Conemaugh staff will provide training equipment needed including laptop, projects, and training supplies; a screen or blank wall is needed for projector use
  • Not a tourniquet course; the technique is taught, but the course provides training on how to manage bleeding with readily available items on the body when a tourniquet is not available