Ongoing, Mental Health First Aid Certification Course – Learn risk factors and warning signs of the most common mental illnesses. Gain skills and knowledge to help someone experiencing a mental health crisis. This two-day, 8-hour class (Adult, Youth and Spanish versions) is offered monthly by the CSB's Wellness and Health Promotion division and is open to the public. Learn more about Mental Health First Aid or register for a class.
City of Alexandria Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training continues for laypersons and paraprofessionals in Alexandria. MHFA is an 8-hour training on skills to help persons who are developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. Registration is open until filled. Limit 20 participants per class. More information about the training is available here, or visit our online registration form for class dates and registration. All classes are held at 4480 King St., fifth floor, unless otherwise indicated. Attendees of the full 8-hour course will receive a three-year certification in MHFA. For more information about MHFA, visit mentalhealthfirstaid.org.
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Prince William County’s 12th Annual Mental Health Awareness Event
Join us as we bring together the mental health community with the community at large to educate, inspire and dispel myths about mental illness.
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
3 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Loudoun County Mental Health, Substance Abuse and Developmental Services (MHSADS) offers Mental Health First Aid trainings: Register by contacting DEPT-MHSADS-MHSA_DIVISION@loudoun.gov
Friends of Loudoun County Mental Health: Suicide Loss Support Group
Have you lost a loved one - family member or friend - to suicide? There is now a support group for you in Loudoun County
Location: Leesburg Town Hall, 24 West Market Street
Lower Level Conference Room, Leesburg
Free parking is available in the Parking Garage next to Tally Ho Theater.
Date: Third Wednesday of every month
Time: 7:00pm to 8:30pm
For more information, contact Katrina Cole, Vice President of Friends at (703) 443-1380 or Katrina@loudounfriends.org
Holly Chamberlain, Founder of the aMg Project speaks to youth and parents about the benefits of interpersonal connection, the power of words, and the value of every single life, https://www.facebook.com/events/482046648659950/
Sometimes saying goodbye to someone you love can be difficult, especially if you lost them to suicide. Join us on November 18th to honor those lost.
A candlelight vigil will be held in memory of them, followed by speakers and connections to resources to help with your grief. Click here for more information.