Giants’ Brandon Marshall was literally a lifesaver for suffering young adult

I wanted to share the following with you please share: Source: MH1stAid Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall is doing bigger work off the field than anything he’s accomplished on the gridiron during a Hall of Fame-caliber career. The 33-year-old veteran spends time off the field helping to spread awareness of mental health and giving guidance to those suffering. Recently, that work paid off in an amazing way. Marshall shared an Instragram post with a story of a young adult that […] The post Giants’ Brandon Marshall was literally a lifesaver for suffering young adult appeared first on %%EXTBLOGLINK%%. Giants’ Brandon Marshall was literally a lifesaver for suffering young adult Giants’ Brandon Marshall was literally a lifesaver for suffering young adult MH1stAid Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall is doing bigger work off the field than anything he’s accomplished on the gridiron during a Hall of Fame-caliber career. The 33-year-old veteran spends time off the field helping to spread awareness of mental health and giving guidance to those suffering. Recently, that work paid off in an amazing way. Marshall shared an Instragram post with a story of a young adult that […] The post Giants’ Brandon Marshall was literally a lifesaver for suffering young adult appeared first on %%EXTBLOGLINK%%. Source: MH1stAid

Mental Health First Aid Announces the Launch of New Campaign: “Be the Difference”

I wanted to share the following with you please share: Source: MH1stAid WASHINGTON, D.C. (May 22, 2017) – Mental Health First Aid USA has launched Be the Difference, a new campaign to encourage people to learn the skills to help people experiencing a mental health or substance abuse challenge. “Anyone, anywhere can be the one to make a difference in the life of someone with a mental health or substance abuse challenge – if they know what […] The post Mental Health First Aid Announces the Launch of New Campaign: “Be the Difference” appeared first on %%EXTBLOGLINK%%. Mental Health First Aid Announces the Launch of New Campaign: “Be the Difference” Mental Health First Aid Announces the Launch of New Campaign: “Be the Difference” MH1stAid WASHINGTON, D.C. (May 22, 2017) – Mental Health First Aid USA has launched Be the Difference, a new campaign to encourage people to learn the skills to help people experiencing a mental health or substance abuse challenge. “Anyone, anywhere can be the one to make a difference in the life of someone with a mental health or substance abuse challenge – if they know what […] The post Mental Health First Aid Announces the Launch of New Campaign: “Be the Difference” appeared first on %%EXTBLOGLINK%%. Source: MH1stAid

One Million People Trained in Mental Health First Aid Nationwide

I wanted to share the following with you please share: Source: MH1stAid In a nation facing a crisis in care for people with mental illnesses and addictions, widespread training in Mental Health First Aid for every American increases the chance that people will get the initial support they need and crisis can be averted. – National Council for Behavioral Health April 3, 2017, Seattle, Washington – One million people have been trained in Mental Health First Aid […] The post One Million People Trained in Mental Health First Aid Nationwide appeared first on %%EXTBLOGLINK%%. One Million People Trained in Mental Health First Aid Nationwide One Million People Trained in Mental Health First Aid Nationwide MH1stAid In a nation facing a crisis in care for people with mental illnesses and addictions, widespread training in Mental Health First Aid for every American increases the chance that people will get the initial support they need and crisis can be averted. – National Council for Behavioral Health April 3, 2017, Seattle, Washington – One million people have been trained in Mental Health First Aid […] The post One Million People Trained in Mental Health First Aid Nationwide appeared first on %%EXTBLOGLINK%%. Source: MH1stAid

Mental Health First Aid Heads to Capitol Hill

I wanted to share the following with you please share: Source: MH1stAid On Friday, March 24, the National Council for Behavioral Health hosted briefings on Capitol Hill to address the importance of Mental Health First Aid trainings for law enforcement officers who regularly respond to calls involving persons in mental health or addiction crises. The panel included three law enforcement officers from across the U.S. who discussed the impact that Mental Health First Aid has had on […] The post Mental Health First Aid Heads to Capitol Hill appeared first on %%EXTBLOGLINK%%. Mental Health First Aid Heads to Capitol Hill Mental Health First Aid Heads to Capitol Hill MH1stAid On Friday, March 24, the National Council for Behavioral Health hosted briefings on Capitol Hill to address the importance of Mental Health First Aid trainings for law enforcement officers who regularly respond to calls involving persons in mental health or addiction crises. The panel included three law enforcement officers from across the U.S. who discussed the impact that Mental Health First Aid has had on […] The post Mental Health First Aid Heads to Capitol Hill appeared first on %%EXTBLOGLINK%%. Source: MH1stAid

Congressional Briefing Addresses Mental Health Disparities for Black Women

I wanted to share the following with you please share: Source: MH1stAid The Congressional Caucus for Black Women and Girls hosted a briefing on Capitol Hill last Thursday, highlighting mental health issues affecting women of color. The briefing, titled “What Makes Black Girls Blue?” addressed the complex intersections of mental health, race, and gender and featured the perspectives of community treatment providers, public officials, and researchers. The panelists offered potential solutions for overcoming barriers to mental health […] The post Congressional Briefing Addresses Mental Health Disparities for Black Women appeared first on %%EXTBLOGLINK%%. Congressional Briefing Addresses Mental Health Disparities for Black Women Congressional Briefing Addresses Mental Health Disparities for Black Women MH1stAid The Congressional Caucus for Black Women and Girls hosted a briefing on Capitol Hill last Thursday, highlighting mental health issues affecting women of color. The briefing, titled “What Makes Black Girls Blue?” addressed the complex intersections of mental health, race, and gender and featured the perspectives of community treatment providers, public officials, and researchers. The panelists offered potential solutions for overcoming barriers to mental health […] The post Congressional Briefing Addresses Mental Health Disparities for Black Women appeared first on %%EXTBLOGLINK%%. Source: MH1stAid