Spring River Mental Health & Wellness, Inc.
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Spring River Mental Health & Wellness, Inc. (SRMHW) is a nonprofit community mental health center located in Cherokee County, Kansas. We provide services to all ages, from birth to the aging population. We have a long and successful history of mental health and substance use service delivery to the residents of Cherokee County.
Our Mission Statement
To enhance, promote and provide quality, professional behavioral health care services to individuals and families of Cherokee County.
Our Vision Statement
As a provider of behavioral health care services, Spring River Mental Health & Wellness, Inc. strives to be a valued partner in alliances that will inspire confidence, respect, and growth for individuals and families that reside within Cherokee County.
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MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID (MHFA)
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an 8-hour training course facilitated by certified SRMHW staff. The course is designed to provide individuals the skills they need to help someone who may be experiencing a mental health crisis or developing a mental health problem.
Participants learn the facts and warning signs of mental illness and substances use disorders. Trainees are taught how to apply the 5-step strategy in a variety of situations, such as helping someone through a panic attack, engaging with someone who may be suicidal, or assisting an individual who has overdosed. An important component of the MHFA training is the opportunity to practice the intervention strategy. This simple experience can make it easier to actually apply the knowledge in a real-life situations.
This course may be eligible for continuing education credits for many different professions, such as nurses, educators, human resource professionals, etc. Participants should let the instructor know they would like CEUS.