Learn About Youth Mental Health First Aid at Westchester County’s Safer Communities Forum on March 13th.
Helping Westchester to Support

Mental Health and Wellness
in Children and Youth
We are pleased to inform you that under the
Safer Communities
initiative of Westchester County

and in partnership with
Westchester County Executive Robert Astorino
and the Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health
WJCS will present information about

Youth Mental Health First Aid on March 13th
from 9:00 AM to 10:45 AM

at the Westchester County Center.  

Click here to see the invitation.
Youth Mental Health First Aid is a nationally recognized certification course that teaches the warning signs and risk factors of a variety of mental health challenges common among adolescents and a five-step action plan to support an adolescent in both non-crisis and crisis situations.

Youth Mental Health First Aid training program is intended for non-mental health professionals and other adults who work with and care for youth, ages 12 to 18, including but not limited to, teachers and school personnel, youth serving agencies, government agencies, coaches, camp counselors, case managers, parents, mentors, and volunteers.

Click here to see the invitation
for the Safer Communities Forum
on March 13th

Ending Stigma
WJCS is committed to engaging and leading our community in the conversations and initiatives necessary to end stigma around mental health so all Westchester residents get the help they need when experiencing a mental health challenge. 

For more information about WJCS,
click here or contact
Jan Fisher at or 914-761-0600 – ext. 343.
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