ESCANABA — The NorthCare Network, in partnership with the Delta County Veterans Services Office and the Delta County Veterans Council, provides free mental health first aid classes to veterans, families, veteran caregivers, and community members. I’m here. Below are some important reasons why you or someone you know should take this class. Nationwide, we’re losing a lot of veterans to mental illness. This course may help ensure the necessary time for emergency responders to arrive or for specialized care.
– People who enroll in local mental health first aid courses learn a 5-step action plan to help loved ones, co-workers, neighbors and others cope with mental health and substance use issues.
– Earn a Mental Health First Aid certification for 3 years. Similar to his traditional CPR/First Aid course.
– Also, like traditional first aid and CPR, mental health first aid can help people with mental health problems or experiences a crisis until they receive professional treatment or the crisis is resolved. assistance provided.
– Mental Health First Aid is an evidence-based public education and prevention tool. It improves public knowledge of mental health and substance use issues and connects people to care for their mental health or substance use problems.
Classes will be held Wednesday, October 12th from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Delta County Veterans Services Office (Delta County Service Center – 2840A College Ave. Escanaba). Classes are free and pizza/water/sodas are provided for lunch.
Class sizes are limited, so call 906-786-7228 or email [email protected] to register. Registration deadline is October 5th.