Law Enforcement Mental Health First Aid Class (Virtual)

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Event Information

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is a national, evidence-based training that gives you the information and skills to help someone with mental health concerns in both crisis and non-crisis situations.

The 8-hour training is completed in two parts. First, you will complete a self-paced 2-hour training online that introduces you to various mental health topics. Second, you will attend a live, online, 6-hour training with two of our certified trainers where you will learn more information and will practice applying the information to real-life scenarios.

This training is fully online and requires participation from all attendees, you will need to have access to a computer with a microphone and preferably a camera. You will also need to commit to completing the 2-hour self-paced portion of the training at least three days in advance of your live training.

During the 8-hour training, you will:

  • Learn about risk factors and warning signs of mental health issues
  • Learn a 5-step action plan to communicate with and assist individuals who are experiencing mental health concerns
  • Apply the action plan to a variety of first responder-specific scenarios
  • Receive a free online manual, processing guide, and helpful resources
*This training usually costs $170 per person, but 100% of the trainings and related costs are being paid for by a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services grant award of $375,000 to Century College (Grant #1H79SM081150).
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Price:

Free