Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)


 Our next ASIST is scheduled for March 28th & 29th, 2019
 
 

ASIST provides training for caregivers seeking to prevent the immediate risk of suicide. Participants often include: people concerned about family or friends, emergency service workers, counselors, teachers, ministers, mental health practitioners, law enforcement workers and community volunteers. The emphasis is on suicide first-aid. This is a full two-day intensive course taught by two trained staff. The course is approved by the NASW-LA Chapter for 12.5 General CEUs. 

 
Click Here to register online for the for the March 2019 ASIST 
(registration opens on January 1, 2019) 
 
 

safeTALK

 

safeTALK is a suicide alertness program that prepares community members of all kinds to be suicide alert helpers in only a few hours. safeTALK participants are aware that opportunities to help a person with thoughts of suicide are sometimes missed, dismissed, and avoided. Participants will learn the TALK steps, (Tell, Ask, Listen, KeepSafe) and can take a vital step in linking those people who experience suicidal ideation with caring community members who are trained in suicide intervention skills. Being trained in this process can assist in saving lives in our communities. safeTALK is designed to be used in organizations and communities where there are caregivers who have been trained in Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST).  It has been applied for 2.5 General CEUs by the NASW-La Chapter.

 
Click Here to Register Online for safeTALK: