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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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MentalHealthFirstAid 5h
When it comes to mental health, teens may not always know how to identify their problems and ask an adult for help. That's why it's important for adults to know the warning signs and how to help the teens in your life who may be struggling.
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MentalHealthFirstAid 6h
Eau Claire Area School District staff took and learned about warning signs of mental health and concerns and how to help kids get the support they need. Thank you for choosing to , !
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MentalHealthFirstAid 7h
"Cops spend so much of their days assisting others. But before we can help the people we serve, it is imperative that we first help ourselves." 3 NYPD officers died by suicide this month, reminding us that it's important to ask for help.
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MentalHealthFirstAid 10h
Thank you for choosing to , Dennis!
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National Council 11h
Tune in to this Thursday, between 11 a.m. and 12 p.m., for a special "Impact Your World" segment on ! Learn more about this life-saving program:
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Born This Way Jun 17
“All teens should learn to be able to help a friend in need.” David G., student We're partnering with to bring this program to 20 more schools this fall, equipping students with the tools they need to address
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MentalHealthFirstAid Jun 17
Community leaders from Emmet County came together to learn about warning signs for different mental health and concerns and strategies to help those around them through . Thank you for choosing to !
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MentalHealthFirstAid Jun 17
Suicide is the second leading cause of death for 15-24 year-olds. teaches high school students to identify, understand, and respond to mental health challenges and crises. Together, we can and help the teens who need it most.
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MentalHealthFirstAid Jun 17
Thank you all for choosing to with Youth !
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Crisis Text Line Jun 17
Our comes from and for prioritizing the mental health of our youth.
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MentalHealthFirstAid Jun 17
We're looking for a creative, passionate person to join our team! We communicate around the most pressing behavioral issues today: suicide, addiction, depression and anxiety, and more. If you want to make a difference in public health - apply for this job!
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Born This Way Jun 15
taught me interfering and having the strength to have tough conversations can be the difference in someone’s life,” says student Jake B.. This fall, we're partnering with to expand the training program to 20 schools!
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Tonya L Smith Jun 16
What if Mental Health First Aid training was provided to teens across the nation like First Aid and CPR is? Our teens are often our 1st responders in situations. Let’s empower them! Grateful that was in the initial group of provided by
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MentalHealthFirstAid Jun 17
Thank you for choosing to in your community!
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Dr. Lacey Rosenbaum Jun 14
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National Council Jun 14
"Together, and the National Council have put this program in eight schools and soon it will be in 20 more. I know for certain that I'm not stopping here. I want the teen program in every school in this country."
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MentalHealthFirstAid Jun 14
Have a great weekend, First Aid family! Take time to do what makes your soul happy.
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MentalHealthFirstAid Jun 14
"People are ready for these conversations, we have to just get the training out there and it will continue to break down the stigma that surrounds mental health." Instructor discusses the program's impact on Valley High School.
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MentalHealthFirstAid Jun 14
We're so excited to partner with Lady Gaga's to bring teen mental health resources to schools around the country!
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Born This Way Jun 14
We're partnering with to bring to 20 more schools this fall, equipping students with the tools they need to address mental health at school. Here’s what students and had to say about this life-saving program.
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