Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is an internationally-acclaimed, two-day interactive training program in suicide first-aid.
ASIST is listed on the National Suicide Prevention Registry of Evidence-Based Programs.
ASIST is designed to empower police officers, EMTs, teachers, school administrators, social workers, counselors, clergy, business managers, and a wide variety of community members with the hands-on skills needed to intervene with someone at risk of suicide.
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is for adults who want to be able to provide suicide first aid. Shown by major studies to significantly reduce suicidality, the ASIST model teaches effective intervention skills while helping to build suicide prevention networks in the community.
Each ASIST workshop shares many core features that make up the LivingWorks international standard. Here is what you can expect at your ASIST Training:
ASIST is held over two consecutive days for a total of 15 hours.
Local resources are provided, and their availability in the community is discussed.
Participants receive a certificate upon completing the workshop.
This training requires that participants are present from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for both full days of the training in order to gain a certificate of completion.
Seating is limited, so register now!