Training

 Our in-person trainings have been cancelled through May 1 and we hope to resume as soon as it is safe for us to do so.  In the meantime, take a look at some of the resources we've collected for you below:

 Mini-training (short 5-15 minute presentations to teach you a variety of skills and techniques to help during this time)
  • QPR (Suicide Prevention) 
  • Talking to Your Kids about COVID-19
  • Pause & Listen - Utilizing an Emotional Support Tool to Help you Manage your Feelings
 
Curated ART (Articles, Resources, and Tools)
Self Care & Coping Skills
  • Tips for Social Distancing
  • Living a Healthy Lifestyle During this Pandemic
  • How to be Alone, but Not Lonely, Despite the Coronavirus
  • How to be a Good Neighbor During an Unpredictable Time
  • Pause & Listen - Utilizing an Emotional Support Tool to Help you Manage your Feelings
Mental Health Awareness & Suicide Prevention
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Children & Families
Recovery
 
First Responders/Warriors
  • Meditations for dealing with anxiety - from Save A Warrior
 
 

The Montgomery County ADAMHS Training Department develops partnerships and offers educational experiences to a wide variety of audiences within the community and region.

Stigma reduction, increased awareness and workforce skills development are the primary focus of our trainings. Some of the topics offered include:

Mental Health First Aid
Trauma Informed Care 
Prevention Topics 
Clinical Topics 
Workforce Development 
Team Building
Peace Officer Training for Crisis Intervention

Our skilled trainers are available to our provider agencies, businesses, faith institutions and the community.