Mental Health First Aid - Sept 2019
September 17, 2019
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If you’ve taken a physical first aid course, you’ve learned the skills needed to help someone experiencing a sudden illness or injury.

People can also have mental health crisis, and it is important that more Canadians know how to provide help in these situations too.

"If I sprain my ankle, chances are you’ll know what to do. If I have a panic attack, chances are you won’t."

Mental Health First Aid is offered to someone with an emerging mental health problem or in a mental health crisis until appropriate treatment is found or the situation is resolved.


WHEN: Sept 17 & 18, 2019 from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm

You must attend the entire 12 hour course to receive a certificate.

WHERE: Atrium Building, Atrium Classrooms, AT-0602

WHO: Waypoint community partners and staff. Enrolment limited to 20

TRAINERS: Sue Lalonde Rankin and Kaylee Heath, certified Mental Health First Aid Trainers by the Mental Health Commission of Canada

COST: $50 includes participant manual, refreshments and light lunch.

PAYMENT: Payment can be made at the time of registration via credit card.

Cheques should be made payable to Waypoint Fund development & send to:

Waypoint Fund Development, 500 Church St. Penetanguishene ON L9M 1G3

QUESTIONS: Jessica Caston at or 705-549-3181 ext 2142

What you can expect from this course:

  • Gain the confidence and skills to engage someone with an emerging mental health problem or in a mental health crisis
  • Greater recognition of mental health problems
  • Decreased stigma
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