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Friday
18
MAY

Young Adult Prevention Training: 2-in-1 Training

08:30
16:30
North Country Health Consortium
Event organized by North Country Health Consortium

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Join us for NAMI Connect Prevention Training on Mental Health, Substance Use, and Suicide Risk for Young Adults.

Tailored to young adults ages 18-25, this 2- in-1 training opportunity is also co-facilitated by young adults, and meets on:

- May 18th - 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
(Educational session)

- May 19th - 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
(Learn to teach your peers)

Register for just one day:
(May 18th - 8 hours)
To increase understanding of the critical public health issues of mental health, substance use, and suicide.
You will...
- Learn suicide risk warnings
- Identify substance misuse issues
- Recognize stigma

-- OR --

Register for both days:
(May 18th + 19th - 12 hours)
To learn how to teach your peers and effectively promote harm-reduction, recovery, and well-being in others as a trained Young Adult leader.
You will...
- Learn how to present the Young Adult training w/another Young
Adult Leader
- Facilitate trainings for your peers

You should become a Young Adult Leader if you are...

- Passionate about the public health issues of substance use, mental health, and suicide risk

- Interested in being a role model for your peers, ages 18-25

- Comfortable with co-facilitation and presenting the NAMI Connect Prevention Training for Young Adults program with at least one other Young Adult leader

- Able to follow through by being involved in at least one training per year, as a trained Young Adult co-leader

- Willing to make a personal investment to attend a day and a half leader training session, free of charge, with all training materials provided

These are FREE trainings. Register today -->
http://bit.ly/YoungAdultPrevention

For questions about the program or for help with registration, contact Elaine: ebelanger@NCHCNH.org