Mental Health Concerns on Campus

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Add to Calendar 2018-11-13 00:00:00 2018-11-13 00:00:00 Mental Health Concerns on Campus There are currently many mental health related challenges in campus public safety. This course will provide first responders, supervisors and administrators the tools they need to identify major mental illnesses, how to better assist those in crisis including alternatives to arrest, options for non-sworn campus public safety, building stronger bridges to campus and community mental health partners, and a discussion around officer wellness and ensuring we are taking care of each other. This course is 1.5 days, and is $249 for members $349 for non-members. Visit the website for more information: https://www.iaclea.org/mental-health-concerns-on-campus-universal-issues-series-philadelphia Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA noreply@air.org America/New_York public

There are currently many mental health related challenges in campus public safety. This course will provide first responders, supervisors and administrators the tools they need to identify major mental illnesses, how to better assist those in crisis including alternatives to arrest, options for non-sworn campus public safety, building stronger bridges to campus and community mental health partners, and a discussion around officer wellness and ensuring we are taking care of each other. This course is 1.5 days, and is $249 for members $349 for non-members.

Visit the website for more information: https://www.iaclea.org/mental-health-concerns-on-campus-universal-issues-series-philadelphia


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