Youth Mental Health First Aid®

Youth Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour course (delivered over two days) that teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders in youth. We will split this training up into two sessions: Wednesday 8/8 9am-1pm, and Thursday 8/9 9am-1pm. The training gives you the skills…

Keeping Our Children Safe: Understanding Your Responsibilities as a Mandated Reporter

Participants will gain an understanding of relevant state laws, reporting requirements, and signs and symptoms of abuse and neglect. This workshop will provide participants with the reasons to report and the information on how to report. We will also explore the long-term impact of abuse on children. 2 CEU’s. 

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs): Impact on Future Health & Social Outcomes

In 1995, CDC researchers discovered 10 common ACEs relating to child abuse, neglect and household dysfunction that have remarkably been proven to have costly detrimental outcomes as children become adults. Participants will gain appreciation of the ACE study and how its findings impact adult outcomes. 2 CEU’s. 

Working with the Latino Community: Case Studies on Barriers to Access

This training will give insight on cultural influences that Latino populations face while living in the United States. A perspective of how Latinos view family, friends, social interactions, religion, and health will be provided for professionals who administer direct services to Latino communities in an effort to increase cultural competency. 2 CEU’s. 

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