Supporting our teens and their mental health is of primary importance to us, now more than ever. We offer Pop Ups and gatherings, both virtual and in-person, which focus on how we can support teens and their mental health during a pandemic.

We have learned that we must pay attention daily to teens and their mental health. Here is a website filled with resources, classes, and articles to help us all better support our teens.

YMHFA continues to be offered virtually in order to make this training accessible to all while we are social distancing.

This training is designed to teach youth professionals, parents, caregivers, teachers, school staff, neighbors and other caring citizens how to help an adolescent (age 12–18) who is experiencing a mental health or addictions crisis.

Training begins with a 2-hour self-paced program, that you can do online at your leisure. Participants in the training need to have completed this 2-hour training before joining the virtual program. The virtual training lasts for 5 hours and will happen on a certain day and time, with other classmates in the program. After you complete the 7 hours of training, you will become certified in Youth Mental Health First Aid.

Dates for trainings in 2021-22 will be available soon.

We are proud to offer Youth Mental Health First Aid training for your team. Cost is $36/person or a minimum of $360. Please contact Deb Massey at deb@jewishlearning.works for more information.

Face to Face: Preparing to See Our Teens in Person Again
May 12 & August 11

See event listings below for more information.