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QPR--Question, Persuade, Refer—just like CPR, are the three steps anyone can learn to help prevent suicide. This online training takes place on Zoom, takes approximately 60 to 90 minutes, and is open to anyone! If you would like to train as an individual or schedule one for your team, don't hesitate to reach out to us! You also learn the common causes of suicidal behavior, the warning signs of suicide, and how to get help for someone in a crisis.
A free, eight-session educational program for adults with mental health conditions to understand themselves and their recovery better. This is a safe, confidential space! The course provides an opportunity for mutual support and growth. Experience compassion and understanding from people who relate to your experiences. This is a place to learn more about recovery in an accepting environment. If you are in recovery and would like to be trained as a teacher, please register below.
A bilingual 90-minute presentation that can help increase mental health awareness in Latino communities by addressing several important topics, including the signs and symptoms of anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and depression; how to talk about mental health and decrease stigma; an overview of recovery and how it's possible; and the types of mental health services and supports available, including NAMI education and support programs.
An hour-long presentation that can help increase mental health awareness in African American communities by addressing several important topics: the signs and symptoms of bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and depression; how to talk about mental health and decrease stigma; an overview of recovery and how it’s possible; and the types of mental health services and supports available, including NAMI education and support programs.
A five-session program for health care staff who work directly with individuals and families affected by mental illness. The program introduces health care staff to the emotional stages people affected by mental illness experience on the way to recovery; help staff gain a fresh understanding of and empathy for their clients' lived experience, especially during treatment; and promote collaboration between clients, families, and providers to achieve the best level of recovery possible.
A free, unique public education presentation offering insight into the hope and recovery possible for people living with mental illness. Trained individuals living with mental illness lead a brief yet comprehensive and interactive presentation about mental illness.
A presentation designed for high-schoolers. Through the presentation, students learn symptoms and indicators of mental illness and are given ideas about how to help themselves, friends, or family members who may need support.
Connection facilitators are trained leaders who facilitate Recovery Support Group meetings. Facilitators play an important role in ensuring that all participants feel welcomed and supported. Facilitators are uniquely qualified to lead support groups because they have gone through their own recovery process. They empathize with, and encourage those who may be just beginning the journey.
Hands-on advocacy training program that helps people living with mental illness, friends and family transform their passion and lived experience into skillful grassroots advocacy.
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