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Adult Mental Health First Aid Training

Our aim is to ensure everyone in America has at least one First Aider in their close circle of friends, family and peers. Every 1 in 15 people should be certified to identify, understand and respond to signs and symptoms of mental health and substance use challenges.

Course participants will learn:
 • Common signs and symptoms of mental health challenges.  
 • Common signs and symptoms of substance use challenges.  
 • How to interact with a person in crisis. 
 • How to connect a person with help.  
 • Expanded content on trauma, substance use, and self-care.

The class is currently full, please click here to be added to the waitlist.

Megan Almasi
Quibulah Graham
Sara Osborne
Community members and Orlando Health Team members
Additional Information:

Course participants can begin the first portion of the training by signing up for a training class and completing their prework. Once completed, they can attend the in-person training class, where they will continue to learn skills to assist them. At the completion of the course, they will receive a certificate of participation.

All pre-work must be completed prior to attending the in-person session. 

The Mental Health First Aid training course is designed for bystanders who have little or no medical training but may be able to provide initial support to someone experiencing a mental health crisis. 

Learn how to respond with the Mental Health First Aid Action Plan (ALGEE): 
  Assess for risk of suicide or harm. 
  Listen nonjudgmentally. 
  Give reassurance and information. 
  Encourage appropriate professional help. 
  Encourage self-help and other support strategies.

All materials will be provided in class. 

Please click on a date below to register for your desired class.