Mental Health 101 and Responding to Mental Health Crises

Tuesday, April 27, 2021 - 10:00am

Over the course of our lives, 50% of US adults will experience a diagnosable mental health condition. Most of us wait to get professional help, or never are able to access conventional mental health care. This training reviews some of the most prevalent mental health conditions in our country, and provides skill-building about how to assess and respond to common crises, including suicidal thinking, panic attack, and severe reaction to a traumatic event.

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General Training program notes:

  • All trainings will continue as webcasts until such time that it is safe to gather again in person, and not before fall of 2021.
  • Watch for other on-demand material in the LMS to be added over time!
  • Core Curriculum topics require completion of a posttest to gain credit for attending.
  • All training sessions require advance registration in the Talent LMS system.
  • Scholarships are available for people with current or recent lived experience of homelessness, and for youth leaders. Contact or your Youth System Navigator for more info.
  • In-person trainings have an attendance capacity to ensure comfort for participants. Some web-based trainings have a maximum capacity.
  • Most trainings will be offered again in future trimesters in other regions.
  • All trainings are FREE unless otherwise noted.
  • This schedule is subject to change.
  • Social Work CEUs are furnished upon request. Indicate at the time of your registration if interested.
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