ASIST training

After two days in Camden, Olly’s Future have trained seven more people in ASIST including four of our own members: Ayesha, Caroline, Otis and Rory.

ASIST is an internationally recognised course that equips people with the skills to help those who are suicidal. The training was delivered by Ann alongside, Chukes, an ASIST trainer and former probational monk who also attended Christ’s Hospital in the seventies!

Our ‘newest’ Suicide First Aiders now join the two million trained world-wide. Together we are making a real difference.

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