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The Globe offers Youth Mental Health First Aid training

BySamantha Johnson

Mar 28, 2024
The Globe offers Youth Mental Health First Aid training

Facilitators from the University of Nebraska Medical Center will be leading a training on Youth Mental Health First Aid at the Cottonwood County Historical Society in Windom on April 20. The training will run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is specifically designed for individuals who work with young people. The program will be offered in Spanish to reach a broader audience.

The goal of the training is to equip attendees with the skills to recognize signs of mental illness, identify signs of substance use disorder, offer support during a mental health crisis, and engage in conversations with family and friends about mental health. This training is intended for adults only and will include a light breakfast served at 7:30 a.m. as well as lunch provided for all participants.

In addition to the valuable skills gained from the training, participants will also receive a $25 gift card and a certificate of participation upon completion. The facilitators leading the training include an outreach project specialist and a Ph.D. student. To register for the training, individuals can visit the link provided: https://z.umn.edu/pasmsp2024.

Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your knowledge and skills in Youth Mental Health First Aid and make a positive impact on the mental well-being of young people in your community.

By Samantha Johnson

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