Mental Health First Aid Training

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Canada is a training program designed to enable people to recognize symptoms and provide support in mental health emergencies until professional help can step-in. No mental health experience is necessary.

Full attendance is required to receive certification.

The goals of the course include:

  • educating participants and helping them identify signs of mental health problems in co-workers, friends, family, strangers, and even themselves
  • teaching participants how to support the individual and to help seek appropriate treatment for them
  • reducing the stigma of mental illness

Group sessions can also be booked for a workplace.

Program is funded by the Mental Health Commission of Canada.

Organizations that offer this Service
Catholic Family Services of Hamilton
Mareas
Hours vary by organization, contact for details
Work: 905-546-5779 (Catholic Family Services)
Work: 1-855-627-3271 (Mareas)
Website: Catholic Family Services Website: Mareas
Eligibility

Open to all.

Areas Served
Hamilton
Fees
Fee
Program
Fees vary, contact for details
Languages
English
French
Application Instructions

Registration form is available on the website. Participants must complete registration and payment prior to attending.

Last Full Update
August 18, 2021