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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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MentalHealthFirstAid 12h
Over $50 million in funding made available by can help bring to your community! Learn how to for someone who may be living with a or substance use challenge. Register to apply by April 27!
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Alliance BHC 13h
Congratulations to Alliance's Dir. of Education and Outreach, James Osborn for being a Top 100 Instructor of All Time! Way to go James!
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MentalHealthFirstAid 13h
Replying to @jrlelm
Coming soon - be on the lookout! 🤗
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Peak Wellness Center 13h
Peak is hosting another training course on May 18th (8am - 4pm) in Cheyenne, WY! Course is FREE and open to the public. Call for more details and to RSVP: (307) 426-4364.
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MentalHealthFirstAid 13h
In order for people of color to receive adequate care, we need to ensure all health professionals are culturally equipped and able to understand, relate and properly diagnose each patient who walks into their office.
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MentalHealthFirstAid 14h
Learn how to for someone living with a and or substance use challenge with ! Find a course near you today:
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National Council 15h
. is using his second chance at life to inspire people worldwide to live and stay mentally healthy. Hear his breathtaking story at : [] “Life is a gift, that is why they call it the present. Cherish it always.” – Kevin Hines
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MentalHealthFirstAid 15h
Celebrate your successes no matter how big or small - one day at a time! Fortunately, the next couple days are the weekend 😁
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MentalHealthFirstAid 15h
is a short 4 days away and we are brimming with excitement! Make sure you stop by 's #412 booth to support and all those living with and substance use challenges!
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MentalHealthFirstAid 16h
An estimated 40 million Americans experience in a given year. But more than half of them do not, or cannot, get treatment. Expand access to care for all is vital. Here are a few ways we can do that:
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MentalHealthFirstAid 17h
“We would talk about diabetes and heart disease, and somebody would say, ‘How come we’re not talking about mental health?’" said Aletha Maybank, deputy commissioner of . When we talk about we break down the barriers its created.
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MentalHealthFirstAid 17h
250 school across New Jersey school districts were recently trained in to better recognize and respond to challenges among their students.
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MentalHealthFirstAid 18h
“I think everyone who touches the lives of youth needs to be vigilant and keep an eye out for warning signs," said Fleege of . "This probably means more people need to take the step to become educated and trained in things like ."
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BH&Economics Network Apr 19
A new bill in Pennsylvania would help school districts hire more professionals (social workers, school psychologists, guidance counselors) to better support students' needs. Via
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MentalHealthFirstAid Apr 19
New Mexico is setting the standard when it comes to addressing the of those who are incarcerated. "Resources like the state’s crisis line and classes are essential toward helping people with untreated ."
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MentalHealthFirstAid Apr 19
Replying to @htownmicki7
We were so happy to have you on today's chat! Hope to "see" you again on future chats :)
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MentalHealthFirstAid Apr 19
Replying to @kvcollins
No worries! I'm sorry you missed it. Feel free to answer the questions even though the chat isn't live. Just use the hashtag so we can see :) Thanks!
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MentalHealthFirstAid Apr 19
Keep using the hashtag to share resources! We are happy to share even after the chat :)
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Angela Pelegrini Apr 19
Replying to @MHFirstAidUSA
A6: 2-1-1's are always a good resource. Lifeline is a good one. The word of mouth is what really works in these communities.
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EPIC LI Apr 19
Replying to @MHFirstAidUSA
A6: If you live on Long Island, we have mental health services for kids and families for all communities.
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