Adult Mental Health First Aid Trailing

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is a public education program which introduces participants to risk factors and warning signs of mental health issues like anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, substance abuse, and addictions, builds understanding of their impact, and overviews common treatments.

Register for the adult MHFA Training

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How it Works

The new virtual delivery option includes a 2-hour self-paced course followed by 5-6 hours of Instructor led training delivered virtually through the National Council for Behavioral Health’s learning management system (LMS). In order to provide adequate support for the students and maintain the efficacy of the course, a course led by one Instructor will be limited to 10 participants.


What it will Include

The course will include expanded content on trauma, addiction and self-care. Youth MHFA will include content applicable for adults working with youth experiencing other stressors, including the impact of social media. All content is gender neutral and culturally relevant.

Technology Requirements

● Computer with microphone and speakers
● Webcam (we ask all participants to turn on their video)
● Internet speed of at least 5mps. Test your internet speed at


MHFA Certificate of Completion

After taking the Mental Health First Aid class, you will receive a certificate. This certificate expires three years from the date of your training.


This course is valued at $170 per person and is being offered at no cost by American Muslim Health Professionals. If you are unable to complete the pre-work and participate fully, you won’t be able to receive the certificate. We appreciate your help in ensuring this program reaches as many people as possible.

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