The series two contestant took her own life last year.
The ITV2 show made big changes to their aftercare ahead of the 2019 series.
The reality star was found dead earlier this year, at the age of 26.
It was the first to air since his death in March.
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Producers also said changes to their aftercare process will not affect how the show is made.
The ITV2 reality series has come under fire since the deaths of Mike Thalassitis and Sophie Gradon in the last 12 months.
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Mike had been working on the launch when he died suddenly last month.
She called for reality stars to learn from Mike's death during last Friday's service.
He was 26 when he was found dead last month.
Former contestant have criticised the level of support offered by bosses.
The page raised £5000 in just one day.
"Mike would’ve wanted this cafe to open."
He credited a producer for helping out of a "dark patch" in his life.
The former Love Island star had completed filming at the time of his death.
ITV will be taking a more proactive approach to ensuring Islanders are equipped for life after the villa.
The current system has come under fire from many former contestants.
"Clearly she's very upset..."
"I'm in complete shock and trying to come to terms with this."
"The sudden exposure to massive fame, I suppose, can have significant impacts on people."