In recent years, the number of behavioral and mental health emergencies in our communities has risen. Now, with the pandemic in full swing, children and adults alike are experiencing more stress, anxiety, and in some cases, more substance misuse. This class talks about the “Myths and Facts” about people with mental illness. This presentation will also discuss the different types of personality disorders and mental health conditions to better understand and respond to families in crisis, treat our patients with compassion and dignity and keep our responders safe.
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Compassionate Care: Responding to a Mental Health Crisis
November 2, 2022 @ 09:00 - 11:00
Registration is only permitted within the defined registration window. Prerequisites must be met at the time of registration. Applicants will be notified within two business days with the status of their applications. Courses where pricing is listed as "grant funded" covers course tuition only. Overtime/backfill eligible courses will be specifically noted.
Registration Opens: Wednesday August 31, 2022 @ 08:00 Registration Closes: Monday October 31, 2022 @ 16:00