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Mental Health First Aid Training Friday, August 9

Time limit: 1 day

Spots remaining: 10

$75 Enroll

Full program description

Mental Health First Aid is an impactful program that can help us better support ourselves, colleagues, and members of our community who may need assistance with their mental health. Participants will complete about 2 hours of pre-work prior to the 7 hours of instruction via a video call. Receive a three-year MHFA certification and Microcredential upon completion. The cost is $75 per participant (valued at $170).

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Check out the National Council for Mental Wellbeing's website that states, "MHFA has one clear and simple goal: to give individuals the skills to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental health and substance use challenges and provide initial help and support to someone who may be developing a mental health or substance use crisis.

Good news … it’s working!

Over the past decade, more than 45 peer-reviewed studies have documented the efficacy of MHFA among various populations across the United States.

Studies show that individuals trained in Adult MHFA have:
  • Increased mental health literacy, including knowing the signs, symptoms and risk factors of mental health and substance use challenges.
  • The ability to identify multiple types of professional and self-help resources for individuals with a mental health or substance use challenge.
  • Increased confidence/self-efficacy and likelihood to help an individual in distress.
  • Reduced stigma and increased empathy toward individuals with mental health challenges.
  • Increased likelihood to seek therapy or mental health care for themselves.
  • Correct application of MHFA skills during a simulation."