November QPR Suicide Prevention Training

QPR suicide prevention training at Mental Health Greensboro
QPR Suicide Prevention Training gives people of any age and background the tools needed to save a life in crisis. QPR Gatekeeper training is a practical and empowering course to educate our community about suicide and the resources available for those that need help in crisis. Just as people trained in CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver help save thousands of lives each year, the QPR program intends to teach individuals how to recognize the warning signs of suicide, and provides guidelines on ho...
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WRAP Facilitator Training

NOTE: This is a five day training course. Participants must attend all days in order to receive certification & must purchase the Facilitator Manual before class begins. Date: December 16th-December 20th, 2019Times: 10pm-5pmRegistration: $275.00Facilitator Manual: $129 available here. Mental Health Greensboro is offering a 5-day WRAP® Facilitator Training with Copeland Center trained staff, December 16th-20th. This training is appropriate for anyone who would like to lead WRAP® grou...
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Hope For The Holidays!

The holidays are a difficult time for many people. Some grieve the loss of loved ones. Some stress over the business of the season. Anxiety or anger come with the thought of dealing with families and unrealistic expectations. Whatever the reason, this time of year triggers difficult emotions. It's not just the season to be jolly. It's the season for the blues. This year Mental Health Greensboro offers a series of workshops that address the reasons the holidays are hard. Learn strategies t...
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Youth in Distress!

Adolescents in today's world are facing mounting mental health and societal issues that are different from those of their parents. To address these issues Mental Health Greensboro will host Youth in Distress, an adolescent mental health symposium on November 16th from 1-5pm in classrooms 5 & 6 of the Women's Hospital Education Center. Parents and guardians will learn from and speak with professionals in the field about specific mental health challenges faced by today's youth . Topics inclu...
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Hands of Hope Gift Drive

It's that time of year again! The season of compassion and giving, the season of unconditional care for those in need. Mental Health Greensboro is happy to team up with area churches for our annual holiday gift giving program, Hands of Hope. Hands of Hope donations benefit both the children and adult patients of Moses Cone Behavioral Health Hospital (Greensboro) and Central Regional Hospital (Raleigh), who otherwise may not have much of a season of celebration. Clothes, toiletries, and fun...
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Evening Course: Codependent No More

Based on the book and workbook by Melody Beattie.  Melody Beattie’s definition of a codependent person is someone who has let another person’s behavior affect him or her, and who is obsessed with controlling that person’s behavior. This Wellness Academy Enrichment Course is derived from the best-selling book, based on the 12 steps of codependency and utilizing the author’s workbook. Dates: Monday evenings, starting October 14th (9 weeks total) Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Location: Mental Healt...
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