Canadian Mental Health Association Grey Bruce, Mental Health and Addiction Services

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Service: Mental Health First Aid Training

Description
Description (Service) COVID-19 ResponseThe Mental Health First Aid training has resumed. Due to COVID-19, class sizes will be limited. Training can only be held in spaces and rooms that allow for six feet of distancing between participants.  
Under the guidelines of the Mental Health Commission of Canada, trainings are not available by video or online at this time.  
As an option, in place of a MHFA training, the education staff are available to offer video presentations to workplaces, organizations and businesses. Please contact Jackie Ralph for more information about help to support the mental health of staff and customers during this time.  
 
Regular Service: 
Provides training on how to recognize and help someone developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis until appropriate professional treatment is received or until the crisis is resolved.  
 
Course teaches: 
  • how to identify when a person may be in danger 
  • basic actions for mental health first aid 
  • information on effective intervention and treatments 
  • where and how to get help locally 
  • how to recognize signs and symptoms of common mental health problems such as substance misuse, eating disorders, anxiety disorders, psychosis, self injury and mood disorders  
  • how to provide help during crisis situations such as overdose, suicidal behavior, panic attacks and reactions to traumatic events
 
 
CMHA Grey Bruce offers two programs, both typically held over two days. A certificate is issued upon completion of the course. 
  • Mental Health First Aid - Basic Training is 12 hours long. 
  • Mental Health First Aid for Adults who interact with youth is geared towards recognizing and assisting youth who may be suffering from a mental health crisis. Course is 14 hours long.
 
 
Training is held in different locations; call for information. 
 
Program of the Mental Health Commission of Canada.
Service Details
Hours Office: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm, Program times vary
Areas Served Bruce County ; Grey County
Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) and up
Application Email for information on current training courses and to register.
Languages English
Fees Program - $95 per person ; DUE to COVID-19 restrictions, catering will not be provided at the trainings and participants will be asked to bring their own coffee, snacks, and lunch, etc.  
Fee subsidies may be available; contact for more information.
Address and Location
Located In Community Owen Sound
Address & Map
Owen Sound, ON
Physical Access Unknown - Training is held in different locations; call for information
Contact Information
Office Phone 519-371-3642 ext 188
Fax 519-371-6485
Website www.cmhagb.org
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/cmhagb
Twitter Twitter: www.twitter.com/cmhagb
Primary Contact Jackie Ralph, Program Coordinator; Email: jralph@cmhagb.org
Mailing Address c/o Jackie Ralph 
1024 2nd Ave E 
Owen Sound, ON N4K 2H7

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