Every year close to 3,700 people in Canada die by suicide. Though not all suicides can be prevented, some strategies can help reduce the risk, such as early recognition of the signs of suicidal thinking and offering appropriate intervention. This two-day interactive workshop will teach you how to identify and provide emergency support, increase safety, reduce risk and promote wellness and recovery for those who may be experiencing suicidal thoughts or behaviours. You will learn how to navigate societal and personal attitudes of suicide, recognize invitations for, and develop skills for intervention.
Cost: $200 per person
Register below for one of our upcoming public workshops.
For information on booking a private training for your workplace or organization, please contact Danielle Luciano at
firstname.lastname@example.org 905.841.3977 ext. 2220
Register for our open workshops throughout York Region:
September 5 & 6 2019: Northridge Community Church, 15338 Leslie Street, Aurora
November 7 & 8 2019: CMHA Vaughan, 8271 Keele St., Unit 2
February 20 & 21 2020: CMHA Vaughan, 8271 Keele St., Unit 2
Bring ASIST to your workplace: