Mental Health First Aid about Military Members, Veterans and their Families at CPCC Cato Campus in north Charlotte.
Register for this 8 hour live in-person class: FREE & lunch sponsored by our friends at American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Who should attend: (class size max: 25—act now—seats fill quickly) Click Here to Sign-Up
Anyone impacted by military members, veterans, teachers, supervisors, first responders, caretakers, co-workers, journalists, community advocates, parents, friends & siblings.
Friday May 22 2018, 8am-5pm (must be present full day)
Special thanks to our location host:
Central Piedmont Community College
Cato Campus: Building I, Room# 140
8120 Grier Rd, Charlotte, NC 28215
- Mental Health First Aid is a live in-person training program — like regular First Aid or CPR — designed to give people the skills to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis.
- 30% of active duty and reserve military personnel deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan have a mental health condition requiring treatment – with many experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder and major depression.
- The Veterans Administration reports that approximately 22 veterans die by suicide each day.
- Mental Health First Aid for Veterans focuses on the unique experiences and needs of the veteran and military populations.
After signing in, type MHFA in the search box on the right. Select Mental Health First Aid Adult Veterans.
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Ted Thomas, BSHS
Community Engagement Specialist
Cardinal Innovations Healthcare