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MentalHealthFirstAid
Training course that teaches skills for helping a person with a mental health or substance use challenge get to appropriate care.
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Rates of are increasing among in teens, and especially among girls.
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Stamp Out Stigma 13h
The holidays can be stressful. Make sure to take time for yourself– is important for your !
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's ThriveNYC has a new addition! Sisters Thrive is harnessesing the power and service of black women to address the unmet needs of the black community.
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A4: Our friends at maintain a list of national and local legal resources for who are experiencing discrimination:
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What can employers and industry stakeholders touched by the do? “The first thing is having the conversation." That's why mentors of the Carpenters Council apprenticeship program are required to be trained in .
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We'll be on! Excited for a great conversation.
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With finals and training trips approaching, it's important for to remember that their coaches are there for support, breaks are needed, and sleep is crucial!
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Lisa says she was lucky – she credits her parents with showing unwavering compassion. Now foster families have more than compassion to offer. With they truly can in a young person’s life.
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Have you heard of the ? It provides crisis counseling and intervention 24 hours a day via texting the number 741741.
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hung out in a Denver bowling alley. Why is that important? Because her is gearing up for a training there!
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MentalHealthFirstAid Dec 11
needs to be talked about. That's why Alex is urging kids to speak up: "If you always feel like something's wrong, talk to somebody. Just if things don't feel good, talk to somebody."
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MentalHealthFirstAid Dec 11
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MentalHealthFirstAid Dec 11
Phone addiction is real - and so are its risks.
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MentalHealthFirstAid Dec 11
Thanks to the Heartland Community Foundation, will be able to expand their Youth program!
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National Council Dec 11
With , trainees are taught to recognize challenges in others and assist them in getting help. “We teach people not to worry about what the name of the problem is, but to see the struggle."
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National Council Dec 11
" is an indiscriminate disease. You want to blame the weakness inside a person. But like a tree, it extends its gnarled branches in many directions."
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MentalHealthFirstAid Dec 11
“It's important that managers and staff have the space and skills to spot signs of , and in colleagues, the confidence to address and talk about these issues and to offer basic support.” That's why Wakefield teaches !
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MentalHealthFirstAid Dec 11
When asked of the most important things people should know about someone who has experienced a crisis, Swallowhorn points to , which teaches how to respond, what to do, how to know the signs and how to help someone.
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MentalHealthFirstAid Dec 11
is a lawyer living with clinical . He allows himself to be vulnerable and isn't ashamed of it. He hopes you won't be either.
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