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Family Member Story Telling Training

Family Member Story Telling Training (FM-STT) is a FREE recovery-and-resilience-based Training. It recognizes that the stories of Family Members (Parents, Grandparents, Children, Siblings, Partners, Sponsors, Mentors, Faith, Friends, Family of Choice, Support Staff, etc.), play a Vital Role with assisting people who benefit from and contribute to systematic transformation. This Training is open to everyone (18 and older) and offers many helpful tools which encourages the sharing of personal and challenging experiences with others to help inspire and motivate them, along with creating mutual understanding. It also provides vast opportunities to network and share resources, along with being a positive gateway for those who wish to help others through their own life experiences; helps others to navigate through the Behavioral Health System, while supporting families, faith and communities.

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)

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Mental Health First Aid

logo-1We think of First Aid as something administered to people in need of physical health intervention. What about people who need immediate assistance for their mental health?

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an eight-hour course that teaches the skills needed to identify, understand, and respond to signs of behavioral health challenges or crises. Philadelphia is one of the first metropolitan areas in the U.S. to implement MHFA on a large scale. DBHIDS offers the training free of charge for individuals who live, work, or study in the City of Philadelphia.

Once a certified aider, you will be able to recognize behavioral health signs and administer aid until appropriate treatment and supports are received, or until the crisis is resolved.

Our certification programs include:

Visit HealthyMindsPhilly.org for more information about MHFA.

You can also send us an email, or call 215-790-4996.

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UR Storytelling Training

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Family Member Story Telling Training

Family Member Story Telling Training (FM-STT) is a FREE recovery-and-resilience-based Training. It recognizes that the stories of Family Members (Parents, Grandparents, Children, Siblings, Partners, Sponsors, Mentors, Faith, Friends, Family of Choice, Support Staff, etc.), play a Vital Role with assisting people who benefit from and contribute to systematic transformation. This Training is open to everyone (18 and older) and offers many helpful tools which encourages the sharing of personal and challenging experiences with others to help inspire and motivate them, along with creating mutual understanding. It also provides vast opportunities to network and share resources, along with being a positive gateway for those who wish to help others through their own life experiences; helps others to navigate through the Behavioral Health System, while supporting families, faith and communities.

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)

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Mental Health First Aid

logo-1We think of First Aid as something administered to people in need of physical health intervention. What about people who need immediate assistance for their mental health?

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an eight-hour course that teaches the skills needed to identify, understand, and respond to signs of behavioral health challenges or crises. Philadelphia is one of the first metropolitan areas in the U.S. to implement MHFA on a large scale. DBHIDS offers the training free of charge for individuals who live, work, or study in the City of Philadelphia.

Once a certified aider, you will be able to recognize behavioral health signs and administer aid until appropriate treatment and supports are received, or until the crisis is resolved.

Our certification programs include:

Visit HealthyMindsPhilly.org for more information about MHFA.

You can also send us an email, or call 215-790-4996.

Connect with MHFA

Community

Community

Family Training & Advocacy Center

Family Training & Advocacy Center

Education and Training Unit

Education and Training Unit

UR Storytelling Training

UR Storytelling Training

Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) Training

Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) Training