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Mental Health First Aid Re-Certification

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About Re-Certification

As a Mental Health First Aider, you are part of a movement that is now 700,000 strong. To help ensure that the lessons learned in Mental Health First Aid last a lifetime, Mental Health First Aiders who have taken the 8-hour Adult Mental Health First Aid course three or more years ago should re-certify to stay up-to-date on the latest information about mental health and substance use disorders, and how to offer help to people who may need it.

Re-Certification is simple and affordable. You can do it online in 90 minutes or less, and it only costs $29.95.

How it Works

1-accessthecourseWhen your Adult Mental Health First Aid certification expires (when it has been three or more years since you took the 8-hour, in-person course), you will receive an email with the link to the Re-Certification website. To gain access to the course, simply click the link and submit payment.

 Click here to take the course.
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Grab a cup of coffee and dive in to:

  • Receive a refresher on the ALGEE Action Plan.
  • Learn new information about common mental health and substance use problems.
  • Apply the ALGEE Action Plan to a number of real-life scenarios.

When you have completed the course, you will automatically receive a new Certificate of Completion for download.

 

For general questions about Re-Certification, please visit the FAQ page or contact mhfainfo@mentalhealthfirstaid.org. If you have difficulty accessing the Re-Certification course through the verification page on the Re-Certification site, contact Susie Morrison at SusieM@thenationalcouncil.org


To learn more about Mental Health First Aid Online Re-Certification, watch the video below!

 

The Mental Health First Aid Online Re-Certification program is brought to you by Relias Learning.

Sign up for a Mental Health First Aid class near you.