Mental Health Crises and Awareness: An Introduction
Length: 2 hours
This two-hour session provides participants with an introduction to common signs and symptoms of mental illness. Participants will be introduced to tools that they as community members can use to assist a person they believe may be experiencing a crisis. Focus will also be given to local mental health resources and future educational opportunities surrounding the topic of mental wellness.
Suggested Prerequisite: Trauma 101 or Adverse Childhood Experiences
Community Resiliency Model
Length: Introduction: 2 hours
Workshops: 3-5 hours
Full Training: 1-2 Days
The Community Resiliency Model® (CRM) is a biologically-based trauma intervention designed for
community members who need information about trauma and coping skills but who have limited access to mental health resources. CRM® teaches skills for self-care to balance the nervous system of those
impacted by personal or community-level trauma (such as violence, poverty, racism, and homophobia).
Participants will receive tools they can immediately implement as well as learn about future events for
gaining deeper understanding of the model.
Suggested Prerequisites: Trauma 101 or Adverse Childhood Experiences and Mental Health First Aid or Mental Health Crises and Awareness