With restrictions on group gatherings due to the CO VID-19 pandemic, our spring mental health education class schedule has been canceled. We will re-schedule the all-day Youth Mental Health First Aid training that is currently scheduled for Thursday, April 30. At this time, we are not able to announce a rescheduled date until we better idea of when group gathering restrictions will be lifted. Likewise, we have canceled the May 30 three-hour training on Strategies for Managing Challenging Behavior in Youth.
If you are interested in participating in either of these FREE trainings, then please email Billie Jo Horner at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 419-906-5569 with your name, contact information and the training(s) that you are interested in attending and you will be contacted by her once a new date has been set for the Youth Mental Health First Aid training and the Strategies for Managing Challenging Behavior in Youth.
Youth Mental Health First Aid. An all-day training for persons whose job or volunteer work involves youth and families as well as parents, grandparents, foster parents and other caregivers of youth. Participants will learn how to identify and help youth who may be experiencing a mental health crisis. A rescheduled date will be announced once we have a better idea of when restrictions will be lifted on group gatherings.
Strategies for Managing Challenging Behavior in Youth. A 3-hour workshop offered in partnership with the Defiance College Hench Autism Studies Program for parents, grandparents, caregivers or volunteers who work with youth who may have disruptive, challenging behaviors and youth who do not respond to your requests to stop the behavior(s).