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Talking openly about mental health and substance use challenges can help employees:​
 

  • Improve communication with co-workers.

  • Improve teamwork.

  • Improve job performance and productivity.

  • Reduce absenteeism and presenteeism.

  • Lower staff turnover.

ADULT MENTAL HEALTH

FIRST AID TRAINING

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Support employees’ mental health by bringing Mental Health First Aid training to your workplace.

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(About 45 million people) experience mental health problems each year (CDC report)

WHAT IS MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID TRAINING?

Mental Health First Aid is an internationally recognized skills-based training that teaches participants how to notice and support an individual who may be experiencing a mental health or substance use challenge or crisis.

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Strongly agreed that their employer provides a safe environment for employees who live with mental illness

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What skills will you get from this training?

  • A deeper understanding of mental health and substance use challenges.

  • Practical skills to recognize signs and symptoms of mental health challenges.

  • Confidence to step in and start a conversion.

  • Enhanced interpersonal skills and communication skills.

  • Mastering how to use ALGEE, the 5-step action plan. 

  • Creating your own self-care plan.

Why should you take the class with me?

During the training, I highlight the importance of culture awareness, culture humility and encourage participants to share about their culture.

 

I talk about the importance of self care and encourage participants to share what they like to do for self care. 

Participants feel comfortable sharing and asking questions and feel the training added more tools to their toolbox. 

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What Participants Say

I feel more empowered to be able to recognize and support someone in need of help. It was a great class and should be mandatory. 
Danit Erlich made me feel safe and welcome. The level of empathy and reassurance she showed throughout the class was perfect for this subject matter.
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"I am debriefing with participants and already hearing stories about how they are putting the training to use. One staff person told me that she had reason to ask a member if they were suicidal. She was very grateful for the class and said she was able to ask the question and provide follow-up support. Another member told me that he now recognized signs of mental health and substance use challenges in behavior from a couple of co-workers that he had previously overlooked, and that he felt more ready to provide support".

 

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—  Marc Auerbach, Education Director

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ADULT MENTAL HEALTH
FIRST AID TRAINING

The training can be taught in person in WA or virtually across all the US.

This is a 6 hours training that can be taught in one day or splitted to two days

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YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH
FIRST AID TRAINING

The training can be taught in person in WA or virtually across all the US. 

This is a 5 hours training that can be taught in one day or splitted to two days.

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QPR

Suicide Prevention Training

60-90 minutes
evidence-based suicide prevention training that can be taught in person in WA or virtually.

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WORKPLACE WELLNESS 

  • Resilience and Thriving Workshop
  • Self-Care Workshop

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TEEN RESILIENCE

  • Teen Resilience & Thriving Workshop

  • Teen Communication Workshop 

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