Virtual Mental Health classes sponsored by M Health Fairview

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Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) introduces the risk factors and warning signs of common mental health and substance use disorders, builds understanding of their impact, and reviews support options.

The interactive course teaches participants how to offer initial help to an individual who may be experiencing a mental health concern or crisis and connect them to the appropriate professional, peer, social, and self-care resources. MHFA is currently being offered in a hybrid format of two hours of self-study and four and a half hours of live virtual group learning.

Who should attend?
This community-based education class is open to the public and intended for people interested in increasing their mental health literacy and skills. Anyone working or living in the community will benefit from this interactive class.

Upcoming Mental Health First Aid trainings

Early registration is suggested as space is limited.

Thursday, December 10th | 12:30pm – 5:00pm Register HERE

Psychological First Aid

Psychological First Aid (PFA) is an evidence-informed training for all community members and professionals. Trainees will learn how to support healthy recovery in individuals following a traumatic event, public health emergency, natural disaster, or personal crisis. The curriculum integrates public health, community health and individual psychology by drawing upon skills the trainees probably already have. PFA is a 90-minute training.

Who should attend?
Anyone can attend! This training is for community members or professionals, including: community volunteers, front line staff, nonprofit workers, direct service staff, community health workers or other professionals.

Upcoming PFA Training

Early registration is suggested as space is limited.

Tuesday, December 1st | 8:00am-9:30amRegister HERE

How can you help?
Learn about what to say…

CRISIS phone line:
Local Crisis Help 800 523-3333
Text:  “MN” to 741741
Or call or text 988

Click here for additional information

In a life threatening situation or medical emergency, call your doctor or 911.

Just need to talk?
Wellness in the Woods 5:pm – 9:am Daily 844-739-6369
Minnesota NAMI Warmline 4:pm – 8:pm Thur – Sun 888-334-7754
Mental Health Advocacy Minnesota Warmline 5:pm-10:pm Mon – Sat 877-404-3190

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