D1B - ADULT Mental Health First Aid

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. Learn the skills you need to reach out and provide initial support to someone who may be developing a mental health or substance use problem and help connect them to appropriate care.

WHAT IT COVERS • Common signs and symptoms of mental illness. • Common signs and symptoms of substance use. • How to interact with a person in crisis. • How to connect the person with help.

This course is valued at $170. Thanks to the Human Services Levy and the citizens of Montgomery County, learners may attend at no charge.

GENERAL INFORMATION:

This course is 8.5 hours;

2 hours of pre-work online (self-paced) that must be completed prior to the session date

6.5 hour Instructor Led class conducted via Zoom.

You must use a device with a webcam and microphone and both must work and be turned on. For most of the training we will ask you to mute yourself, but there are activities where you will need to speak and be heard. Webcams must be on during the entire training - so we know you are present, but also so we can use our mental health first aid skills if we see someone experiencing distress.

CERTIFICATIONS & CONTINUING EDUCATION:

Participants that complete the full course will secure a three-year certification.

CEUs are not currently available for the virtual/blended course.

In order to ethically provide certification through the National Council for Mental Well-being, we use a platform that generates attendance time reports. We must have a total time in attendance for each participant and we are ethically bound to report the accumulated amount of time a participant attended, therefore we cannot issue certification to:

  • Individuals sharing a monitor, computer, and/or login
  • Individuals joining by audio phone only
  • Individuals missing more than 30 minutes

This session will not be recorded.

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