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Mental Health First Aid Training Offered at Har HaShem

The Disability Awareness and Inclusion Committee of Congregation Har HaShem has arranged for Mental Health Partners to lead a full-day FREE training on Mental Health First Aid for the Jewish community on Thursday, June 6 at Har HaShem. Lunch will be provided.

Make a Difference
Similar to how a person learns “first aid” to help those in a medical crisis, this course is designed to teach individuals how to assist someone experiencing a mental health or substance use-related crisis.

Together, we can save lives.
Suicide prevention trainings empower communities by providing valuable information that is easy-to-understand and convenient to access.

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For questions, please contact the committee chair, Bonnie Leaf, at bleaf50@gmail.com.

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