ED 7001 W - ADDICTION, TRAUMA, & MENTAL HEALTH
FIRST AID FOR EDUCATORS
THIS COURSE HAS A NEW DATE:
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4 (5:00 - 9:00 P.M.)
AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5 (8:00 A.M. -
It was previously scheduled for October 25 & 26.
Location: Garfield Center, A2 | Faculty: Rae Grady, ADAMHS Board | Grade Level: PreK-12
This course is designed to provide educators with tools to better manage their classrooms or schools by learning how to recognize signs of children who have experienced trauma, and best practices for helping those students succeed in the classroom. Mental Health First Aid is an
international program for helping people working with youth who may be experiencing symptoms of mental illness, addiction or be a member of a family in crisis. Information on local resources will be included. Components of Opiate Abuse Prevention in HB 367 will be covered. Upon completion of this course, national certification of Mental Health First Aide will be awarded. Please bring $20 cash the rest day of class for the required Mental Health First Aid manual. Please bring your charged device both days to class or use Lake Erie’s Chromebooks.