Adult Mental Health First Aid teaches signs and symptoms of mental health issues and offers a simple (but not always easy) action plan for supporting people in our lives who might be
- July 13th & 14th from 9am-1: 30pm(must attend both dates)
- August 11th from 9am-5pm
These trainings will be held at:
433 Jefferson Street in Oakland
Cost: FREE (thanks to generous funding from the Providence-St. Joseph Health Foundation) Please email email@example.com for more information.
Participants in our training explore trauma-responsive strategies for youth
Building Restorative Trauma-Responsive Systems
is an experiential training focused on deepening understanding of restorative philosophy and practices, as well as other trauma-responsive practices. Click here to register!
Next training: July 27th and 28th from 9:30am-4:30pm (must attend both dates)
Check the registration page for new summer dates soon!
Cost: $250 for 14 hours of training Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.
Love Your Neighbors Training: Bystander Intervention for Hate and Bias Incidents
addresses what we can do as individuals to protect and support the members of our community who are vulnerable to attacks because of their race, religion, culture, gender, or faith. The training explores our role as individuals in supporting safe communities for everyone. In this interactive and experiential training, participants will learn about the bystander effect, the pre-planning needed to intervene, and practice specific intervention techniques. Check our registration page for future training dates
Restorative and Trauma-Responsive Skills Training
builds on our existing “Building Restorative and Trauma-Responsive Systems” training and offers concrete skills and practices to create and maintain restorative, trauma-responsive systems. Attending “Building Restorative and Trauma-Responsive Systems” is a prerequisite for attendance. Check the registration page for new summer dates soon!
Youth Mental Health First Aid
training is a nationally-certified training focused on learning the signs, symptoms and supports for youth with mental health struggles. In addition to building knowledge, we hope to decrease the stigma surrounding mental health issues in our communities. Click here to register!
- July 20th from 9am-5pm
- August 16th & 17th from 9am-1: 30pm(must attend both sessions)
Cost: FREE (a $175 value) Please email Cat Willett, Project Director, for more information.