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  • Applied Suicide Intervention Skills (ASIST) - April 30 & May 1 2020 - Aurora Public Library - 15145 Yonge St, Aurora, ON
    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.
     
    *Note: This is a two-day course and you need to attend both dates to receive certifcation.
    When: April 30 & May 1 2020
    Where: Aurora Public Library - 15145 Yonge St, Aurora, ON
     
    Price: $200.00
     
  • safeTALK - May 7, 2020 - Newmarket Community Centre & Lion's Hall, 200 Doug Duncan Dr.
    Most people with thoughts of suicide invite help. Often these opportunities are missed, dismissed or avoided, leaving people more alone and at greater risk. safeTALK training empowers everyone to make a difference by providing in-depth skills to recognize and respond to signs of suicide. In this workshop you will learn how to prevent suicide by engaging with someone at risk and connecting them to an intervention resource for further support.
     
    May 7, 2020 - Newmarket Community Centre & Lion's Hall, 200 Doug Duncan Dr. 
    9:00 am - 12:30 pm
     
    Price: $50.00
     
  • Mental Health First Aid for Those that Interact with Youth - May 14 & 15 2020 - CMHA Vaughan - 8271 Keele Street, Unit 2, Concord
    Become certified, confident and skilled at recognizing early signs of mental health problems in youth, ages 12-24. Learn how to identify risks and take steps to preserve life. This two-day interactive course equips you with the tools, confidence and resources to recognize and respond to mental health issues concerning youth. It is meant to assist education professionals, health providers, parents and other adults in the identification of mental health problems and appropriate first aid intervention strategies. Completion of this course is recognized with a certificate from the Mental Health Commission of Canada.
     
    May 14 & 15, 2020 - CMHA Vaughan - 8271 Keele Street, Unit 2, Concord
    *Please note: you must attend both days to complete the training
     
    Price: $250.00
     
  • Mental Health First Aid, Basic - June 18 & 19 2020 - Cornerstone Christian Community Church - 9680 Ninth Line, Markham
    Become certified, confident and skilled at recognizing early signs of mental health problems. Learn how to identify risks and take steps to preserve life. This two-day interactive course equips you with the tools, confidence and resources to recognize and respond to a mental health concern or crisis of your own or those around you. Completion of this course is recognized with a certificate from the Mental Health Commission of Canada.
     
    June 18 and 19, 2020 - Cornerstone Christian Community Church - 9680 Ninth Line, Markham
     
    *Please note: you must attend both days to complete the training
    Price: $250.00
     
  • Applied Suicide Intervention Skills (ASIST) - Oct. 8 & 9 2020 - CMHA Vaughan - 8271 Keele Street, Unit 2, Concord
    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.
     
    *Note: This is a two-day course and you need to attend both dates to receive certifcation.
    When: Oct. 8 & 9 2020
    Where: CMHA Vaughan. 8271 Keele St., Unit 2
     
    Price: $200.00
     
  • Mental Health First Aid for Adults who Interact with Youth - October 21 & 22 2020 - CMHA Vaughan - 8271 Keele Street, Unit 2, Concord
    Become certified, confident and skilled at recognizing early signs of mental health problems in youth, ages 12-24. Learn how to identify risks and take steps to preserve life. This two-day interactive course equips you with the tools, confidence and resources to recognize and respond to mental health issues concerning youth. It is meant to assist education professionals, health providers, parents and other adults in the identification of mental health problems and appropriate first aid intervention strategies. Completion of this course is recognized with a certificate from the Mental Health Commission of Canada.
     
    October 21 & 22 2020 - CMHA Vaughan - 8271 Keele Street, Unit 2, Concord
    *Please note: you must attend both days to complete the training
     
    Price: $250.00
     
  • Mental Health First Aid, Basic - January 14 & 15, 2021 - CMHA Vaughan - 8271 Keele St., Unit 2, Concord
    Become certified, confident and skilled at recognizing early signs of mental health problems. Learn how to identify risks and take steps to preserve life. This two-day interactive course equips you with the tools, confidence and resources to recognize and respond to a mental health concern or crisisof your own or those around you. Completion of this course is recognized with a certificate from the Mental Health Commission of Canada.
     
    January 14 & 15, 2021 - CMHA Vaughan - 8271 Keele St., Unit 2, Concord
     
    *Please note: you must attend both days to complete the training
    Price: $250.00