Youth Mental Health Training Offered in Leadville
Recently, there was been a heightened focus and interest on mental health issues in Leadville and Lake County. What services are available to assist a person who may be in distress or experiencing a mental health challenge? And what can be done to specifically increase an awareness of youth mental health concerns?
Well, thanks to Solvista Health there are two upcoming Leadville sessions that deal with just that, so if you are involved with youth at all, from educators to counselors to legal and law enforcement officials, please consider this training and staying current with the ever-changing challenges today’s youth navigate.
The Youth Track Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) course is a public education program committed to empowering individuals to identify, understand and respond to young people in mental health and substance abuse crises. This course is open to everyone and is a highlight of the White House plan to reduce community violence.
The 8-hour certification course helps attendees to learn the signs, symptoms and evidence-based actions to help connect youth in need to support systems that can help them recover. MHFA breaks down the stigma of emotional problems and gives you the tools to make a real impact on youth in the community.
This program is designed for adults, family members, caregivers, school staff, health and human services workers who work with young people ages 12-25 and may also be appropriate for peer advisors.
The first training is a two-morning session on Thursday, June 2 and Friday, June 3 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Or you can choose the full day training session on Thursday, June 9, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The location for all sessions is Solvista Health at 714 Front Street in Leadville. The cost is only $20 and interested parties can register HERE.
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