Mental Health is a fundamental part of our overall health and wellbeing, and mental health concerns affect virtually every family in America.
Do you know how to help?
Become a Certified Mental Health First Aider
Adult Mental Health First Aid is a new public education program designed to teach everyday citizens the skills to help another person who is struggling with a mental health concern or crisis. Participants will:
Learn risk factors, warning signs and the impact of mental health concerns Practice the Mental Health First Aid action plan
Learn local resources for mental health and substance abuse treatment Receive a comprehensive, user-friendly 138-page manual & certification
Classes below are offered at no cost and are delivered in
1 full day or 2 half-day sessions.
Participants must attend all 8 hours to receive certification.
Date for this 1-day course: Saturday, January 14th, 2017
Time: 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM Sign-in: 7:45 AM
Location: Government Services Center 601 Westtown Road, West Chester, PA Registration Deadline: January 7th Breakfast is NOT included
Lunch IS provided
Register for all classes by sending your name and session choice to: ChescoMHFATrainings@gmail.com
Participants are encouraged to bring a beverage and snack.
Presented by The COAD Group & Chester County MHIDD, DHS