Feb. 3 – 4: Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST). A two-day ASIST training will be held at 8 a.m. on Wed., Feb. 3  through Thurs., Feb. 4. at Fort Harrison. The class will be held in Building 68 (OCS Classroom) at the Regional Training Institute. Provided by the Montana Army National Guard, the ASIST Workshop is a two-day, 15 hour, internationally recognized suicide prevention workshop that provides a greater awareness of suicide as a community health problem. Participants will be taught practical skills in how to connect with a person at risk; to understand suicide from the perspective of a person at risk; and ultimately to intervene with a person at risk by keeping him/her safe for now. This intervention model is called the Pathway for Assisting Life (PAL).  Lunch will not be provided, but light snacks will be available. Participants must attend all instruction in order to receive a certificate of completion. To get signed up, contact John Tabb at (406)324-3222 and john.d.tabb.ctr.mil@mail.mil.