Learn how to help others during this difficult time.
Summer is almost over; we’re entering into an even tougher season for mental health. If you want to learn how to help others during this difficult time, we are offering an opportunity in conjunction with Lawrence Interfaith Mental Health Advocates. We will be holding a Plymouth-specific Mental Health First Aid Training lead by Bert Nash staff representative and Plymouth Member Julia Gaughan.
We will be starting a new group at Plymouth to assist people with their mental health and get them connected to the resources they need. The Interfaith Mental Health Advocates will pay your $30 training fee if you are willing to attend an additional 2-hour orientation and consider joining the Plymouth group.
Saturday, September 26 from 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. via Zoom.
This is a great opportunity to learn how to connect people that are struggling with the resources that already exist in Lawrence. We hope you join us in this critical mission!
For more information on the importance of sensitivity and understanding when it comes to mental health and how we talk about it check out this recent story from NBC News.