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MentalHealthFirstAid
A training course provided by the that teaches skills for helping a person with a mental health or substance use challenge get appropriate care
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National Council 12h
Stigma, access to care and language barriers are just some of the reasons it can be difficult for refugees to receive care.
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If you ask Shelley Leaphart-Williams what drives her seven-year run as a Mental Health First Aid Instructor, she’ll answer with one simple word: hope.
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"Somehow in our society, we talk openly about cancer, diabetes and heart disease yet we whisper about diseases of the brain like mental illness, depression and bi-polar disorder." Mental Health First Aid aims to change this and reduce stimga.
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Born This Way Apr 18
Young people need and deserve access to resources to support their mental health and their peers' mental health. That's why we're proud to partner with to bring to schools across the U.S.
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Silver Hill Hospital Apr 14
4 Self-Care Tips for How to Deal with Anxiety:
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MentalHealthFirstAid 17h
Thank you for your dedication to , Mavie!
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MentalHealthFirstAid Apr 18
Are your drinking habits safe? Take a few minutes to reflect on the role alcohol plays in your life and potential risks associated with your habits.
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Kristian Pearson Apr 18
What would you do for someone experiencing a problem? Learn an action plan at my course: Youth Mental Health First Aid is coming to Great Bend NEXT FRIDAY! (April 26th)
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MentalHealthFirstAid Apr 18
Most people experience stress and anxiety at some point in their lives. Do you know the difference, and when it's time to get the help you might need?
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MentalHealthFirstAid Apr 17
It can be hard to recognize if someone's drinking is a serious problem and how to help them. As a loved one of someone with alcohol use disorder, there are ways you can .
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MentalHealthFirstAid Apr 17
Do you know how much alcohol is too much? Mental Health First Aid can help you recognize the signs and symptoms of dangerous drinking habits.
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National Council Apr 17
Calling all young artists! and share your original artwork with us for a chance to be featured in our Teen & Youth Manuals.
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Help STOP Suicides Apr 16
Do you know ALGEE? Practice A-L-G-E-E for ↓ Algee is also the koala mascot ✓ Assess for risk of suicide or harm ✓ Listen non judgmentally ✓ Give reassurance & info ✓ Encourage appropriate professional help ✓ Encourage other support strategies
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MentalHealthFirstAid Apr 16
Mental health is still taboo in many workplaces. But, life can drastically improve when you can talk to your colleagues openly and honestly.
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Integral Care Apr 16
April is . This article from will help you determine if you or someone you know is struggling with alcohol use disorder.
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MentalHealthFirstAid Apr 16
If you ask Shelley Leaphart-Williams what drives her seven-year run as a Mental Health First Aid Instructor, she’ll answer with one simple word: hope.
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MentalHealthFirstAid Apr 16
Have you taken a walk today? Just 15 minutes of activity can help promote positive mental health and well being and even help prevent the onset of depression.
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MentalHealthFirstAid Apr 15
More than 1.5 million people are trained in Mental Health First Aid across the country. How does your state stack up?
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MentalHealthFirstAid Apr 15
About 80,000 people lose their life to alcohol each year. Do you know what to do if someone in your life is struggling with alcohol use disorder?
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MentalHealthFirstAid Apr 15
Need something to listen to during your Monday commute? These podcasts shed light on how we can all improve our mental health and wellness through easy, every day activities.
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