Face to Face Trainings in Suicide Assessment, Intervention, Treatment and Management as per Act 582:

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)

A standardized and customizable 14-hour (2 consecutive days), two-trainer suicide prevention workshop designed for members of all caregiving groups. ASIST requires instruction by a qualified trainer. Training is available from LivingWorks or qualified trainers for a fee. To find an ASIST training in your area, follow this link to the LivingWorks website.

Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk (AMSR):  Core Competencies for Health and Behavioral Health Professionals Working in Outpatient SettingsThe AMSR for Health and Behavioral Health Professionals Working in Outpatient Settings (AMSR-Outpatient) curriculum develops skills in the recognition, assessment, and management of suicide risk and the delivery of effective suicide-specific interventions.

Recognizing and Responding to Suicide Risk (RRSR) in the Emergency Department

The Recognizing and Responding to Suicide Risk in the Emergency Department (RRSR-ED) is a one-day training program for Emergency Department (ED) personnel to improve skills in triaging, screening, assessing, treating and making discharge dispositions for patients at risk of suicide.

Recognizing and Responding to Suicide Risk (RRSR) : Essential Skills for Clinicians

An advanced two-day interactive training for mental health clinicians who want to acquire competency-based skills for working with clients at risk for suicide.  RRSR requires instruction by a qualified trainer. Training is available from the American Association of Suicidology (AAS) for a fee.  

Recognizing and Responding to Suicide Risk in Primary Care (RRSR-PC)

This 90-minute curriculum ensures primary care practitioners and staff have the knowledge and skills to include suicide risk assessments in routine office visits, elicit suicide risk when present, and work with patients to create treatment plans to reduce risk.