September 9 Adult Mental Health First Aid Training (In-Person Instructor-Led Session)

The Adult Mental Health First Aid training program addresses behavioral health concerns in individuals 18 and older. Certification consists of 2-hours of self-paced online coursework followed by a 6.5-hour in-person, instructor-led training session.

Through this interactive training, attendees will learn to identify concerns by better understanding signs and symptoms and risk factors. By focusing on real-life scenarios, participants will develop, and practice, the skills learned to support and intervene in crisis situations. MHFA is offered to adult participants and certifications are valid for three years from the effective training date.

*Self-paced coursework must be completed by participants at least two days prior to instructor-led session. Registrations will close one week prior to scheduled dates.

DLC received a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to provide Mental Health First Aid trainings at no cost to our community. 

While the training fee is covered through this grant funding, any donation you may choose to make will go directly to the DLC mission to provide life-saving and life-changing behavioral health care through education, prevention, intervention, and treatment available to all. Online donations can be made using the ‘Donate’ button below.

For more information, please e-mail mhfirstaid@dlcenters.org.

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Through funding from SAMHSA’s Mental Health Awareness Training (MHAT) Program, David Lawrence Centers can offer this training at no charge to participants. Registrations for this training have closed, but feel free to view our other upcoming trainings here.

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