Earn a National Certification in Mental Health First Aid!
Back by popular demand! CADEC is excited to offer Mental Health First Aid Certification Training again this semester!
4 Reasons to Become Mental Health First Certified
Be prepared - When a mental health crisis happens, know what to do
You can help – People with mental illness and substance abuse often suffer alone
You care - Be there for a friend, family member or colleague
Mental illnesses are common - 1 in 5 adults in any given year
Chances are you know someone experiencing a substance use or mental health disorder. You can help them. The groundbreaking evidence-based public education program Mental Health First Aid teaches you about common warning signs and risk factors for mental health and substance use problems and provides a five step action plan and resources for helping someone in crisis. The Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center is thrilled to offer this evidence-based Certification Training to all students, staff and faculty.
WHAT: Mental Health First Aid Certification Training
WHEN: Monday, November 10 AND Wednesday, November 12 from 5:00 PM – 9:30 PM BOTH DAYS REQUIRED. Light snacks served at Break.
PARTICIPANTS MUST ATTEND ALL DATES AND TIMES – COURSE TOTALS 8 HOURS OF TRAINING
COST: $25 - Due to CADEC PRIOR to first Course Date – Deposit Returned Upon Course Completion/Certification
TO REGISTER: Come by the Campus Alcohol & Drug Education Center (CADEC) in Student Services Center, Room 180 and pay your $20 Refundable Deposit