Overview

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training is an 8-hour public education course which introduces participants to the unique risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems in youth, builds understanding of the importance of early intervention and teaches individuals how to help an adolescent in crisis or experiencing a mental health challenge. Mental Health First Aid uses role-playing and simulations to demonstrate assessing a mental health crisis, intervening and providing initial help, and connecting young people to professional care.

Space is limited, so sign up today!* Check our schedule below for a list of upcoming dates.

* Must be 18 or over to attend.

2018–2019 Training Schedule

Are you a Youth Mental Health First Aid instructor? Do you want to be a part of the PROJECT 375 team? We are looking for dynamic and passionate instructors across the nation! Please click on the button below for the application.

Instructor Application

PROJECT 375 Youth Mental Health First Aid trainings are now at the University of Central Florida, in the NYC tri-state area, Chicagoland & Broward County, Florida. To request a Youth Mental Health First Aid Training in one of these communities, please click on the button below for the request form. All other training requests outside of these areas should be sent to e.thieme@project375.org for consideration.

YMHFA Letter and Request
  • DateTimeLocationRegistration
  • Jan 4, 20198am – 5pm Clifton, IL COMPLETED
  • Jan 9, 20198am – 5pmDenver, CO COMPLETED
  • Jan 22, 20198am – 5pmWashington, DC COMPLETED
  • April 11& 1210:30am-2:30pmNew York, NY COMPLETED
  • June 7, 20198am - 5pmGibson City, IL COMPLETED
  • August 15, 20198am - 5pmKankakee, IL COMPLETED
  • Sept 12, 20198am - 5pmBroward County, FL COMPLETED