For Student Veterans and Those with Veterans in their Lives: Sept 9

While military service often fosters resilience in individuals and families, some may experience mental health or substance use challenges. It is essential that our communities be prepared to identify and support the more than 22 million veterans and their families who have served our country. Mental Health First Aid is a way to increase the level of baseline knowledge about mental health and substance use concerns and, if necessary, to help individuals get connected to care.

Mental Health First Aid is a community-changing program designed to equip those who are on the front lines of mental health care – friends, family, and community organizations.  Join us at Trinity Church on September 9 for this training.  See flyer below.

Mental-Health-First-Aid-for-Veterans Trinity Episcopal Church September 9 2017

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