Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training
Saturday, April 18th & Sunday, April 19th
9:00am - 4:30pm both days
You must complete both days to be certified
The aim of ASIST is to help caregivers become ready, willing and able to provide emergency first-aid to persons at risk of suicidal behavior. During the two-day workshop, participants will examine their attitudes about suicide, learn how to effectively recognize and estimate the risk of suicide, and develop new and/or reinforce existing intervention skills.
ASIST is by far the most widely used, acclaimed and researched suicide intervention skills training in the world.
The workshop prepares caregivers to competently intervene with a person at risk of suicide. Caregivers master suicide first aid for reasons similar to those for learning CPR heart saver or basic physical first aid. Advanced skills can then be layered on with ASIST providing a common foundation.
A certificate is given to all participants who complete the full workshop.
You must complete both days to be certified.
Location: St. Thomas University
Cost: $200.00 for the general population and $150.00 student rate.
Preregistration is mandatory
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The Next Stepp
Meetings will be held on the third Thursday of each month
6:30 - 8:00pm
This is a peer led support group for those who have completed the STEPPS and/or STAIRWAYS programs with Horizon’s Addiction and Mental Health Services This group is designed to be the next step in your recovery. This peer led group will provide opportunities to strengthen skills and lessons covered in the STEPPS and STAIRWAYS programs through group discussions, guest speakers, activities and more.
To register or request further information please contact us.