The Assessing Suicide in Kids (ASK) is a one-day workshop that challenges the most commonly held notions about a child’s capacity to consider suicide. This one-day, evidence-informed and highly interactive suicide prevention training teaches participants through informative video, mini-lectures and group discussions. Participants are able to apply and practice as you learn with case studies and guided simulations. Participants will leave with tools and templates that can be integrated into practice immediately.
If you are in need of immediate assistance, call 911.
To report a suspected case of child abuse please call 1-833-SDDSTel (1-833-733-7835) or After Hours Emergency Social Services 1-800-442-9799.