If someone is suffering a heart attack or other medical emergency, you offer first aid (and call 911!). What do you do if someone is experiencing a mental health crisis or is developing a mental health problem?
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an eight-hour training designed to help you develop basic skills to help someone who is experiencing a mental health crisis, respond to substance use disorders, and identify professional resources that can provide additional care. The MHFA training is available as a single full-day session or as two half-day sessions. Through funding from SAMHSA’s Garret Lee Smith Campus Suicide Prevention Program, UNC School of Social Work can offer MHFA training at no charge to UNC-Chapel Hill faculty, staff, and students.
Register online for upcoming MHFA training. You can also organize a MHFA workshop specifically for your UNC-Chapel Hill school, department, or unit.
MHFA Program: firstname.lastname@example.org